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Home Security Tips – Use Pin, Keypad Or Biometric?

Home Security Tips – Use Pin, Keypad Or Biometric?

Pin, Keypad Or Biometric: Which Should You Choose?


Biometric entry, keypad entry and pin entry are the three most common methods used to secure your home. The best way to choose between these methods is based on how large or small your home is.

  • Biometric: This is by far the most secure method because it requires a person’s unique fingerprint or face recognition to be used as a password. It can also be used in larger buildings where multiple doors need to be secured with minimal effort by only one person (such as in hospitals). However, biometrics may not work well if someone has been trained on how they should enter their house/apartment/building—for example if there are several different people living there who don’t know each other well enough yet then you may have trouble getting them all set up correctly!
  • Pin: This method uses a numeric code which must match up with both sides of the door before opening it; however this means that if someone wants access without knowing which number corresponds with yours then all they’ll have do is pick another random number from whatever list exists out there somewhere else which could lead back down some very dark roads indeed…

Different Types of Access Control Devices

There are four types of access control devices: PIN code, password entry, rfid card entry and biometric entry.

PIN codes are the most common type of access control device in use today. They’re used to enter a building and they’re usually associated with an individual’s ID card or key fob (if you have one). If your home has a separate door for deliveries, this may be where your delivery person uses their card to unlock it when they deliver something to your doorstep.

Password entry is another option for controlling who comes into your house or office; it simply requires entering a certain password at point of entry before being able to enter through another area inside the building/office space that has been pre-approved by security personnel beforehand!

PIN Code

PIN codes are the most common type of access control device, but they’re also susceptible to social engineering attacks and brute force attacks. A hacker can gain access to a PIN by pretending he or she is you, calling your phone and asking for a password. A PIN code is easy to remember and easy to use, but there are many ways people can compromise your security by exploiting weaknesses in these systems:

  • Social engineering: An attacker may pose as an employee or other trusted party who needs help accessing something important; this could be done over the phone or face-to-face through information gathering techniques like asking questions about personal details (e.g., name, age) or using body language cues such as eye contact when speaking directly into your ear (which might indicate weakness).
  • Brute force: If someone knows all possible combinations of numbers and letters used on a set of keys without any patterning at all then they can guess them all very quickly with no difficulty whatsoever! This method works because it requires little more than knowledge about what letter comes first alphabetically next after each other letter within words/phrases…it’s called word frequency analysis 🙂

Password Entry

Password entry is the most common access control device, and it’s easy to use. It’s also not very secure, though. For example:

  • A password can be easily guessed or stolen by someone who knows your name and birthday (or has access to your computer).
  • The same person could enter their own code over and over again until they got it right every time—which means that if you have a large number of users who need frequent access, this method may not be effective in keeping them out as much as you’d like.

RFID Card Entry

RFID technology is a popular way to control access to buildings, rooms or vehicles. You can use an RFID card to unlock doors and gain entry into secure areas.

There are several types of RFID devices:

  • Key fobs – These are small plastic discs that you carry on your person and use when opening doors or operating machinery
  • Master keys – These allow authorized people to enter multiple locations using the same key fob at different times (such as overnight lockouts)

Biometric Entry, Face Recognition Entry

Biometric sensors are a more secure way to identify people than pin codes and passwords. They use the unique features on your face, fingerprints or retina scans to identify you when you enter a building. If someone wants to get into your house or car without using their own key, they’ll need both an access code and biometrics information about you in order for it to work correctly—but only if those two pieces of data match up with each other!

Biometric sensors can also be used as an alternative form of entry for doors: instead of entering through a lock (which requires both hands), instead use facial recognition software that allows users access by simply pointing at something (like a wall) – this could save them time having trouble finding keys under couch cushions!

A burglar alarm system can’t stop an intruder, but it can be a useful tool for scaring off uninvited guests.

A burglar alarm system can’t stop an intruder, but it can be a useful tool for scaring off uninvited guests.

Burglars are not likely to take the time to figure out how to disarm your siren or motion detector if they’re looking for valuables inside your home. In fact, most burglars will avoid breaking into homes with active burglar alarms altogether because it scares them away from what they’re looking for in the first place (which could be anything).

That being said, there are some situations when you might want a burglar alarm anyway: You live alone and have no family members around who could help you fight off an attacker; Or maybe there’s someone living at one end of your property who hasn’t been invited over yet—a new roommate maybe? Or maybe even just someone who wants extra security without having any responsibility themselves! Click Here to to Buy Latest Access Control Machines.