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Impact of Artificial "Gummy" Fingers on Fingerprint Systems

Impact of Artificial "Gummy" Fingers on Fingerprint Systems,Datenschutz Und Datensicherheit,Tsutomu Matsumoto,Hiroyuki Matsumoto,Koji Yamada,Satoshi H

Impact of Artificial "Gummy" Fingers on Fingerprint Systems   (Citations: 160)
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Journal: Datenschutz Und Datensicherheit - DUD , vol. 26, no. 8, 2002
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    • ...With regards to the sensor, we assume that the final access point will adopt a secure fingerprint scanner, integrating the advanced countermeasures for fake, gummy and artificial finger detection [4]...
    • ...Old fingerprint scanners can be attacked using fake, gummy and artificial fingers [4]...
    • ...Concerning the fingerprint scanner (attack point #1), old scanners can be attacked using fake, gummy and artificial fingers [4]...

    Carmelo Militelloet al. Embedded access points for trusted data and resources access in HPC sy...

    • ...Researchers have demonstrated systematic methods to use latent fingerprints to create casts and moulds of the spoof fingers [1, 2]. Thirdly, the device surface will be contaminated easily if not used right, especially in harsh, dirty, and outdoor environments...

    Goh Kah Ong Michaelet al. A preliminary acclimatization study of a contactless biometrics using ...

    • ...Previous related works have already studied direct attacks to fingerprint verification systems [8, 9], but usually with very small datasets, thus resulting in statistically insignificant results...
    • ...Matsumoto et al. [9] carried out similar experiments to those reported in [8], this time with fake fingerprints made of gelatin...

    J. Galballyet al. Evaluation of direct attacks to fingerprint verification systems

    • ...And, on the subject of reuse of authentication credentials, if a thumbprint reader is installed not only at your front door but also at your company and on your safety deposit box at your bank, does this mean that a malicious insider at your company now has what it takes to make a gummy finger (Matsumoto, Matsumoto, Yamada, and Hoshino, 2002) and raid your house and safety deposit box? For that matter, is there any value in using ...

    Frank Stajano. Security Issues in Ubiquitous Computing

    • ...Artificial fingerprints can be falsely accepted by AFIS with a 68%‐100% success rate [5]...

    Mengyang Liuet al. Biometric Mapping of Fingertip Eccrine Glands With Optical Coherence T...

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