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PerSay Introduces Vocal Password Function in iPhone Applications

PerSay, a leader in the field of advanced voice biometric solutions, has introduced the new vocal password function for applications such iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, to surrogate unwieldy login and other authentication procedures.

When used along with iPhone voice authentication, the vocal password web service interface brings into effect, a faultless but simple solution using a touch and record user interface. This can be easily incorporated inside an iPhone. Voice based verification can be done using, one word or a phrase as a password for both single and multi user levels in the voice biometric systems which  coupled with an ID document with or without a password creates a three-way verification system.

According to PerSay’s CEO, Almog Aley-Raz, most of the patrons of iPhone and iPad desire high tech, but comprehensible applications. This can be achieved by removing the need to enter passwords through the keyboard or using the auto-filling password/name feature which in turn eliminates high security risk factors. This avant-garde solution thus supplies both maximum usability and highest protection levels and can be used in applications such as: social networks, mobile banking, membership clubs, and payment services.


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