C14 Kipass crap
dwaynedaniels at sbcglobal.net
Fri Aug 31 09:24:17 PDT 2007
And electronic voting machines have already had their flaws
gvainfo <af at genevainformation.ch> wrote: 1KPerDay wrote:
> The technology exists and is relatively cheap, but not particularly
> reliable yet. I was given a small portable safe with thumbprint
> lock... I was going to use it to secure a handgun... I returned it
> because it didn't ALWAYS work the first time, particularly if your
> fingers are sweaty or you're nervous, which is ideal for a gun safe.
> On 8/31/07, Jerry Clair wrote:
>> Wouldn't a thumb print ignition be cool?
>> There has to be code out there for that.
I saw fingerprint readers being fooled with papercopies of fingerprints.
It's the same as with a lot of technologies - do we really need it?
Who needs electronic voting machines, for example..
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