Security researcher Marc Rogers has replicated the spoof performed by Chaos Computer Club members who tricked the iPhone 5s Touch ID fingerprint scanner with a fake fingerprint. Rogers says regular users have little to fear, as the technique requires expensive equipment and expertise. He also makes the case that Touch ID is still an improvement in iPhone security, since many users currently don’t use a passcode to secure their devices.follow link
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- ExtraBITS for 30 September 2013 (30 Sep 13)
Marc Rogers Hacked Touch ID and Still Thinks It’s Awesome