Luxand Blink is a free application (or so it seems — I couldn’t find a purchase link anywhere) that lets you log in to your Vista/7 PC using your face instead of a password.

I was unable to test it because it doesn’t support x64 Windows, but it seemed interesting enough when I compared it with the only other such solution that I know of, KeyLemon (which costs money and has rather stingy trial terms — Sebastian mentioned it a few months ago ).

Another cool feature is that the snaps a screenshot upon every successful login, even if the login is done using the . This is handy for catching identity thieves, or people who might have a certain user’s password but are not actually that user. The company behind the product (Luxand) seems to be making most of their money off of larger-scale products, such as their face recognition SDK .

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Luxand Blink lets you log in to Windows using your face