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Facebook Will Unlock Your Account With Facial Recognition

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Facebook has been trying out different modifications on its platform to enhance user experience. Recent rumors claim that the social network Giant is testing a new technology that will help users to recover their account.

Facebook Will Unlock Your Account With Facial Recognition

As we all know social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc. helps us to be in touch with our friends and family. If we look around, hackers are using different techniques to hack into our social media accounts. So, proper security implementation is one of the best ways to defeat hackers

If we talk about Facebook, the company has been trying out different modifications on its platform to enhance user experience. Recent rumors claim that the social network Giant is testing a new technology that will help users to recover their account.

Well, the new security implementation is facial recognition. The company has been found testing the new security feature within a small group of users, facilitating recovery in cases of hacking attempts or forgotten password.

Well, the feature was spotted by Matt Navarra from The Next Web, the new facial recognition feature shows a screen in the Facebook app which asks users to look at the camera.

Well, according to the reports from TechCrunch, Facebook has confirmed that the facial recognition feature will be a handy alternative to two-factor SMS authentication.

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Well, if we talk about Facebook security features, the network already has a feature in which it asks users to identify people in photos. The identify people feature helps users to recover their lost account.

Further information like when the feature will be officially available when it will roll out is still not known. It’s possible that Facebook is checking the reliability of the tool before releasing it to more users.

So, what do you think about this? Share your views in the comment box below.

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Written by karan vaghasiya

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@ CyberInject