pro2rat at yahoo.com.au
Fri May 6 19:20:16 PDT 2022
" . . . You don't have to kill or maim some to induce cooperation, and
biometric devices can be designed to pretty much require that the
subject be living. Extortion or seduction are both quite viable, and
work with any security system. Biometrics don't really add
Your point is just as meaningful for cryptography. All strong crypto
does is move the weak spot around.
Incidentally, I have heard (from a probably reliable source) that the
best biometric is a retina scan -- very reliable, hard to spoof,
*very* few false negatives. . . "
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