Your Fingerprint Could Be Stolen Remotely If Your Android Phone Has A Scanner – Fast Company


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Your Fingerprint Could Be Stolen Remotely If Your Android Phone Has A Scanner
Fast Company
Android users, however, are not so lucky: The researchers detected four methods of attack, the most disconcerting of which could remotely hack the sensor and steal any fingerprint that it encounters. Called the “fingerprint sensor spying attack,” it
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