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3D Fingerprint Scanners Can Secure Smartphones

Professors from UC Berkeley and UC Davis have developed a new way of reading fingerprints that allows for a 3D scan, rather than the traditional 2D scan. The issue is that once a fingerprint is compromised, either because someone learns to spoof your fingerprint or because your data is compromised, you can't change your fingers like you can your password. Read More...

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