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Microsoft has introduced some interesting and very good technology with the launch of Windows 10 around the security namely Windows Hello. The Windows Hello offers users a secured way of logging into the mobile by using face or fingerprint recognition.

After Windows Hello Microsoft is in plans to enhance the security for which the Redmond Giant has filed a new patent for an enhanced form of iris recognition which could go into future devices. The device will house several new elements that will illuminate the eye from multiple angles like the camera will capture photos of all different instances of the eye by creating a distinct data point.

With the above data the technology will be able to differentiate between a real eye and a photograph of an eye. This method of recognition will enhance the security of the device by taking extra steps to validate the data.

However users can take this news with a pinch of salt since this is just a patent filing and the technology might never see the light of the day.

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