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"Ephemeral" Biometrics



XXI Century Tech in the sense that it's powerless against the faceless
organisations who rule over we e-peasants? :)

On 09/06/14 14:25, rysiek wrote:
> Dnia poniedziaÅ?ek, 9 czerwca 2014 14:10:54 Cathal Garvey pisze:
>> Also, many (perhaps most) biometrics can  be trivially forged. Facial
>> pictures are laughable without depth, but a 3D printed mask can probably
>> fool them even then. DNA is trivial to copy using the same methods
>> forensics depend on to ID it (and there are even companies that will
>> produce artificial DNA fingerprints to-order, now). Fingerprints can be
>> cloned using toner, and even enhancements like temperature/humidity..
>> observe CCC's defeat of the iPhone fingerprint scanner within days of
>> release.
> 
> BUT IT'S SO COOOL!
> I mean, it's like XXI Century Technology, but today!
> You know, you swipe a finger and SHAZZAM, you're authenticated! It's *magic*!
> 

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