Levels of security according to the easiness to steel biometric data

Richard Clayton richard at highwayman.com
Wed Apr 2 14:04:07 EDT 2008

In article <555200.58888.qm at web50203.mail.re2.yahoo.com>, Danilo
Gligoroski <gligoroski at yahoo.com> writes

>For example, I guess that stealing information of
>someone's "face" is easier than stealing information
>about someone's "fingerprints",
>but stealing information about someone's "retina"
>would be much harder.

if you meant "retina" then yes, but if you meant "iris" then no


richard                                              Richard Clayton

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safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.         Benjamin Franklin

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