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You probably don’t need to worry about someone hacking your iPhone X’s Face ID with a mask

Fab Newz Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()
Touted as the iPhone X’s new flagship form of device security, Face ID is a natural target for hackers. Just a week after the device’s release, Vietnamese research team Bkav claims to have cracked Apple’s facial recognition system using a replica face mask that combines printed 2D images with three-dimensional features. The group has published a video demonstrating its …

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News video: You can fool iPhone X's face recognition software, but it's not easy

You can fool iPhone X's face recognition software, but it's not easy 00:49

All you need to open Apple’s Face ID is a 3D printer, silicone and paper tape, according to Vietnamese cybersecurity firm Bkav. The company’s vice president Ngo Tuan Anh gave a demonstration of how to 3D print a mask made of plastic, with paper tape skin, a silicone nose and paper eyes, at the...

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