Google has a clever Face Unlock Security feature, and it lets you use your phone's camera to pull your Android mobile out of standby mode by recognizing you. Jelly Bean's version will allow people to blink, to prove that they're not a photograph.
When launched last year alongside Galaxy Nexus, it was discovered that Android's new Face Unlock could be tricked by using a photo of the registered owner. So much for human!
So in Android 4.1 it ought to be a little tougher to fool thanks to the
optional blink detection setting. But here's the question, what if it was a GIF or a video?