The jammer prevents the phone from being attacked

Almost every smartphone uses GPS for navigation and location mapping. The technology is based entirely on satellite timing signals and can only be used outdoors. Apple’s new technology is based on the aggregation of airborne location data and Wi-Fi access points to achieve amazing accuracy in outdoor and indoor areas. The system contains a series of factors, including the main factors such as “presence area”, commonly referred to as hardware communication range and access point filtering. This technology allows many smart non-GPS gadgets to easily track location with amazing accuracy.

Our company’s perfectjammer introduces a new security system called LatentGesture, which uses a technology called user touch signature. It collects and stores data about the sliding speed, finger strength, area of ​​fingers used, and other minutes for smartphone users. Then, users are identified based on these stored statistical values. Now, as long as someone manages to bypass the phone’s standard security password or pattern, the phone will still lock itself based on the user’s touch signature difference, which must protect modern mobile phones from attacks. The portable jammer does this very well, making your phone information safer without harming your phone.

It has a specially designed sensor called CMOS technology. This is a 1.2 mm camera that can provide clear images in medical operations, especially when imaging human anatomy directly. In order to reduce the overall size of the camera, it uses an image sensor with a size of 200 microns instead of a conventional lens to capture light and process the final image according to the captured light. It is different from everyday cameras in its creation technology. A common lens focuses each beam of light into the sensor, which is then classified by the sensor to generate the final image by the imaging processor. However, due to size restrictions, the camera does not have a traditional lens. Instead, it uses a grating that allows light to enter in almost every direction. When light enters each grating with a tiny spiral pattern, it is then processed with a CMOS sensor. These patterns are then changed and converted into actual images. The main problem these scientists are facing now is that the resolution of the images is still not up to standard. The best image they can develop is a 128×128 megapixel image.

Due to the large number of users below Android 4.4 Kitkat, the current situation is even worse. The error was first reported by Rapid7’s Tod Beardsley, who warned that the security error could be fatal for Android users using versions lower than Android 4.4. When we take the number of Android users around the world as the basis and count them according to the statistics, the security hole looks more serious. The impact may exceed expectations and ultimately hinder users.