US Patent No. 10,187,383

METHOD OF PUSHING PASSWORDS, AND PUSHING SYSTEM


Patent No. 10,187,383
Issue Date January 22, 2019
Title Method Of Pushing Passwords, And Pushing System
Inventorship Haiping Zhang, Dongguan (CN)
Yibao Zhou, Dongguan (CN)
Assignee GUANGDONG OPPO MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS CORP., LTD., Dongguan, Guangdong ...

Claim of US Patent No. 10,187,383

1. A method of pushing passwords applicable to a first terminal device, comprising:establishing a sharing cryptographic library that stores a plurality of application program identification codes, wherein one account name and one password correspond to each application program identification code;
capturing, by the first terminal device, a first biological characteristic information of a user;
setting a time interval threshold upon capturing the first biological characteristic information;
determining whether a pull request is received from a second terminal device within the time interval threshold, wherein the pull request comprises a second biological characteristic information and a current application program identification code, wherein the second biological characteristic information is captured by the second terminal device;
determining whether the first biological characteristic information captured at the first terminal device matches with the second biological characteristic information from the second terminal device, when the pull request is received from the second terminal device within the time interval threshold; and
when the first biological characteristic information is matched with the second biological characteristic information, reading an account name and a password of the current application program identification code from the sharing cryptographic library, and pushing the account name and the password of the current application program identification code to the second terminal device, such that the account name and the password of the current application program identification code are shared between the first terminal device and the second terminal device.