Adding security to application

by Sarah » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 15:04:19 GMT

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 I was trying to create a mobile banking application on Android, and I
was using a PIN for the sample transactions I was doing, but I don't
think this is very secure. I actually found something cool in my
research. There's a company, SecuriMobile (, that
lets developers use voice authentication API in their mobile apps. Has
anyone tried using this?


Adding security to application

by qvark » Thu, 30 Apr 2009 21:33:08 GMT

 We at BioWallet ( are developing a voice
authentication mechanism to add it to the iris and handwritten
signature recognition currently available.

The application will provide security services like authentication,
encryption, digital signature, etc. to other Android applications (via
Intents). The only problem is it hasn't been released yet, but we hope
we will be able to launch it soon ;)


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