Apples new phone the iPhone X has a security feature called Face IDentification. This security feature is designed to thart unauthorized access to this device. However, security firm Bkav Corporation has debunked this alleged security feature.
This security measure tecnology uses Artificial Intelligence learning to secure your Apple iPhone X. However, Bkav Corporation created a mask that circumvented this security feature. This security company knew how Apple's Artificial Intelligence works.
Also, in two thousand eight this company was the first to prove that facial IDentification recognition is not proper security for laptops. This company created a mask that according to them was not as difficult to create as most people think. Also, Bkav Corporation claims that really you only need to create half of a persons face in order to circumvent Apple's Face IDentification technology.
This company used the following in order to bypass Apple's Face IDentification feature.
* popular 3d printer
* handmade artist nose
* 2d printing
* hand made skin
This mask cost approximately one hundred fifty United States dollars. Bkev Corporation claims they started making this mask on November fifth two thousand seventeen. It took them approximately six days to Circumvent the Apples new phone the iPhone X.
Bkav Corporation claims that fingerprint security is the best biometric technology. I have never used biometric technology to secure any device. I have tested finger print technology with an older International Business Machines laptop.
I would NOT dream of using facial recognition to secure a device. Perhaps that is because I am not really that obsessed with securing computers and dumb devices, I mean smart devices. It is interesting that this company has known that facial recognition is not reliable enough to provide security and yet you have a billion dollar corporation rolling out this technology in Apples new phone the iPhone X.
About Author Aaron J. Berg
Aaron J. Berg is the owner of Anet Computers, host of the Reality PC podcast, and blogger at AnetComputers.com. For over thirteen years, he worked for fortune 500 companies and the United States Federal government supporting computers. Now he helps you solve your most common computer problems.