- From: Brian Komar [MVP] <bkomar@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2006 09:30:14 -0600
In article <0CE09A91-170E-46E5-9020-0229F6B36B6B@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Hi,Most finger print systems are based on workgroups, not domains, so they
To increase our system security I woul like to increase the complexity of
our password settings, but I also want to avoid that users start putting
their password on a little peace of paper under their keyboard or in their
To avoid this I started thinking about the usage of fingerprint technology.
I know their are fingerprint systems that can be used for conveniance but
that are not realy secure. Can you recommend me a secure fingerprint system?
Thanks in advance.
are not good for the corporate network.
Also, I recommend watching Mythbusters Episode 70 (Crimes and Myth-
demeanors 2) where they break both computer and door lock fingerprint
To be honest, fingerprint readers are easily defeated. They only work
today with an armed person standing beside the reader ensuring you are
not trying to cheat it....
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