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Submission + - Doctors Bypass Biometric Scanners With Fake Fingers (itworld.com)

jfruh writes: "At a Brazilian hospital, doctors were required to check in with a fingerprint scanner to show that they've showed up for work. Naturally, they developed a system to bypass this requirement, creating fake fingers so that they could cover for one another when they took unauthorized time off. Another good example of how supposedly foolproof security tech can in fact be fooled pretty easily."
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Doctors Bypass Biometric Scanners With Fake Fingers

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