Compared with traditional passwords, the industry fingerprint is considered a safer data protection form. But in fact, fingerprint deception may be much simpler than the operations described in the movie plot.According to Kraken Security Laboratory, what you need is just a little wood glue, a laser printer and a acetic acid fiberboard.
A few days ago, this encrypted currency trading company published a report on its official blog, describing how to "fingerprint crack" attack. What you need is to afford, and steps are simple to complete, as long as they have power so, this is a very terrible idea.
So how do you attack? Potential hackers need your fingerprint, or more accurately, your fingerprint photo.They don't actually need anything you have touched, just a photo of your fingerprint, such as the smudged or reflective desktop keyboard on the notebook screen. Kraken also raised some examples such as a table or fitness equipment for a local library.
In both cases, once a quite clear photo, you need to make a film in Photoshop - Kraken said that its team can make a "excellent" film in about an hour.
Next, Kraken prints the film image to the & quot; acetic acid fiberboard & quot;
According to the company, this toner imitates the three-dimensional structure of the real fingerprint. Next, the last step is to take some wood glue from your local hardware shop, spray some on the forged fingerprint, then let it do.You can peel off it later so you have: one (hope that is not) the fingerprint copies you can use.