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If Only It Were True!

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10°A good number of consumers consider biometrics positively according this report -" Fed up with passwords and bad onboardings, consumers consider biometrics"

Put your finger on a sensor or place your face before a camera and you will enjoy better security and convenience; What a fantastic world it would be. IF only it were true! 

The phenomenon of pro-biometrics consumers, in reality, is no more than a misinformed consent of a kind. The false sense of security that such misperception brings to the society could be even worse than the sheer lack of security, as discussed here - "Campaign ofDeception"

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Below are some more of my recent posts on biometrics -

"US Army appears to be scarily misguided"

"Probabilistic Is Human Body, Not Pattern-Matching Algorithm"

‘Not as secure as claimed’ is one thing. ‘Harmful to security’ is another.

"What we are apt to do"

"Campaign of Deception"

"Comfortable Biometrics Ecosystem"

"AI-Enhanced Biometrics – How Dreadful?"

"Probability of Wrong People Getting Persecuted"

"Face Shielding ‘instead of’ OR ‘on top of’ Face Mask"

"Finger vein technology"

"What Biometrics Vendors Tell Us versus What NIST Tells Us"

"Spoofing and Liveness Detection"

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Our biometrics whitepaper - "Negative Security Effect of Biometrics

Deployed in Cyberspace"




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Hitoshi Kokumai

Hitoshi Kokumai

9ヶ月前 #2

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I do not think that biometrics will mature someday; the true problem does not come from the imperfect pattern matching algorithm, but from the unpredictably variable features of human bodies that are just beyond humans' control.

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

10ヶ月前 #1

I don't know much about this topic, but I'd like to share my experience. I've been using a biometric login for my phone. Usually it works but there are many times it doesn't. My fingertip was scanned in various ways when I first registered it. I do the same for accessing a bank app of mine. Oftentimes the login fails and I have to resort to password authentication, which is in itself problematic. So, I fully agree with the OP about the issues of biometric authentication. An interesting technology but not ripe for this sort of application and definitely not a value-add for cybersecurity. Cheers!

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