As of 2008, no offered technical solution for simple location based authentication includes a method for limiting the granted access to the presence, hence terminating the granted authentication on leave. This defines a mandate either to include a new or an additional procedure for
- detecting the leave and closing the granted access,
- limiting the granted time for access
- combining the method with another specially suited authentication factor
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