Can Biometrics Be Faked? #infographic

Can Biometrics Be Faked? #infographic

Hollywood has duped the viewers ' minds, making it easy to hack biometrics. In 1997, Gattaca showed Ethan Hawke bypassing a blood drop DNA scan; and in 1992, with a tape of the phrase, Sneakers showed Robert Redford hacking voice recognition. Today, 80% use biometrics to unlock their mobile devices, and 48% use biometrics to authenticate their transaction. Saying this, how good is biometric security, and is it easy to hack them?

The answer to questions varies from one to another. First: Biometry is better than conventional passwords and PINs. Furthermore, biometrics are hard to hack mainly because of how long it would take to do so.

In short, there is no standardization of the science behind biometric technology. Each device performs differently, is equipped with different security, and requires a unique approach to use, requiring a unique hacking approach.

Although creating a fake to fool a biometric system is a common approach to hacking that is sometimes successful, creating a fake would require large amounts of user data. However, it would be difficult to try to hack by using a fake without being detected by the firewalls of the biometric.

Today, 57 percent of apps have a biometric login option, and 42 percent will not use biometric authentication-free banking apps. Read below for more information on biometric security.

Can Biometrics Be Faked? #infographic


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