But: If intruders can break in and capture usernames and passwords, they can capture the biometric data too. What prevents just replaying the captured data? (...the same problem for any biometric solution with insecure hardware at the client end.)
- 11 Below, Inc.software developer
- Bethel UniversityB. S. Computer Science
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