BERLIN – A Berlin-based researcher says he has managed to fool the fingerprint-based security system on Samsung’s new Galaxy S5 smartphone using wood glue and a picture of the original print. 117 more words
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“As noted by German-language security blog H Security, SRLabs has posted video evidence that the fingerprint scanner on Samsung’s Galaxy S5 can easily be spoofed using a lifted print,” Zach Epstein reports for BGR. 314 more words
iCrackUriDevice‘s Tanner Marsh has compared Samsung’s Galaxy S5 fingerprint scanner with Apple’s iPhone 5s Touch ID.
“According to Marsh’s review, both devices feature simple fingerprint enrollment processes. 282 more words
Samsung hasn’t officially launched its next-gen smartphone, the Galaxy S5, just yet but the comparisons to Apple’s latest model are already starting. The S5 features a fingerprint-reader much like the iPhone’s, so YouTube user iCrackUriDevice put both phones head-to-head to determine which device sported the superior scanner. 139 more words
It’s really very hectic to remember several Ids and passwords of websites or portal to login to their respective accounts. In this technology era, the effort of typing or remembering those multiple numbers, alphabets, capslock details and special characters will be eliminated very soon. 282 more words