Assassin’s Creed Identity is sold at a reduced price in the App Store

Assassin’s Creed Identity was released in the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch later this year and was promoted by Apple as the best app of the week in the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

The game was tested in beta for several months before Ubisoft has decided to release it to users, this being the first game type Action RPG for iOS.

According to Ubisoft, Assassin’s Creed Identity bring our terminals famous franchise Assassin’s Creed, so we have control of an assassin living in medieval times and have to accomplish a multitude of assassinations.

The entire series Assassin’s Creed is focused on past trips to explore the lives of some of the biggest killers of all time, each of the missions created for us helping us to discover the secrets of the order that you sevim, plus more

“PLAY NOW THE FIRST ACTION RPG GAME OF THE FRANCHISE ACCLAIMED  ASSASSIN’S CREED. EXPLORE THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE THROUGH THE EYES OF YOUR OWN ASSASSIN, DOZENS OF MISSIONS AND COMPLETE EPIC UNRAVEL THE MYSTERY OF THE CROWS. ”

Assassin’s Creed Identity allows us to choose one of 4 classes of assassins created by the developers, it allows us to tailor how they look and what they gather from missions, each assassin evolving game during gameplay.

  • Pick a CLASS: Choose Between Berserker, Shadow Blade, Trickster and Customize Your Thief Assassins: Use loot, choose your outfits and weapons like swords epic and the iconic hidden blade.
  • Make your Assassin to EVOLVE from NOVICE MASTER!
  • FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT the experience: Run, jump, climb and feel the thrill of the leap of faith on your mobile screen!
  • Achieve year infinity of quests, unlock new locations and hundreds of items.
  • HOW YOU WANT TO PLAY with simple tap-to-move, virtual dual stick controls or with a gamepad.
  • The Unity game engine brings STUNNING GRAPHICS through amazing custom-made HD textures, shaders, and models to your screen.
  • Every place you visit in the ITALIAN RENAISSANCE year Will Be open map for you to explore: Santa Croce in Florence Area, the Colosseum in Rome area etc.

Assassin’s Creed Identity is available for download as an Universal App Store.

US police has reproduced a victim 3D fingerprint to unlock an iPhone

Apple refuses to cooperate with the authorities when it comes to unlocking terminals iPhone, or iPad tablets, which set a security code and / or a fingerprint and a police station in the US has resorted to a method quite unusual to gain access to a victim’s terminal.

We are talking about a person who was killed, and to get access to data terminal or police in the US called for the creation of a mold 3D finger person, this mold with imprint used to unlock the device and using or trying to get access to data from the device.

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Police called for the creation of molds 3D all 10 fingers of the victim, a laboratory in Michigan managed to do this, but unfortunately it is not known how many chances does the police to get access to the device, given the safety measures implemented or by Apple in the iOS.

Specifically, iOS requires a security code if the mark has not been used to unlock more than 48 hours, or if the terminal was restarted, but after three scans wrong the footprint is needed the realization of exactly the same procedure to gain access to data.

A 3D printed finger alone often can’t unlock a phone these days. Most fingerprint readers used on phones are capacitive, which means they rely on the closing of tiny electrical circuits to work. The ridges of your fingers cause some of these circuits to come in contact with each other, generating an image of the fingerprint. Skin is conductive enough to close these circuits, but the normal 3D printing plastic isn’t, so Arora coated the 3D printed fingers in a thin layer of metallic particles so that the fingerprint scanner can read them.

Although police did not know how successful it could be accessing data, death does not attempt, and in the future, if these procedures are done quickly enough, they could indeed allow accessing data from devices.