Biometrics, Your Finger, and the Feds
My spouse installed these nifty locks, and all I got was a severed digit.
Finally! All those fingerprint databases really pay off.
Peacechick... Actually I just pulled the ad off of MCCS1977--wouldn't install the things myself.
Fashiongirl... LOL! :-)
PoP... Maybe we could get something that reads the geometry of your flipping it off? I mean we've got tech that can scan your face right?
could we install one of those with a picture of GWB on it at RNC headquarters... then all the Republics would have to flip Him off to get in...
Diva... :-) But it's just not quite right without the "are":
"All your fingerprints are belong to us."
1) get the fingerprint of a person authorized to use the lock, say, by stealing a glass he used in a resturant;
2) photo enlarge the print;
3) using a black Sharpie, fill in the gaps in the enlarged print;
4) reduce it back to finger size and emboss the print onto ballistics gel;
5) place the fake fingerprint on your own finger (so it has a nice pulse) and lick it to simulate sweat;
6) turn the knob, you're in.
They also busted motion dectectors by walking into the room holding a sheet.
There is more faith than science to ultra-modern security devices.
That's alot of trouble to go through if you aren't a cat burglar by trade.
Of course I can barely hook up my printer....
I wouldn't give anyone one finger prints...I've seen movies. I saw Gattaca.
Personally, I prefer a key--a complex one that requires lots of tumblers.
Lo... With the Feds moving toward fingerprinting and DNA sampling for just being accused of a crime, many law-abiding citizens may end up with their newly acquired locks compromised.
Snave... Do 'Thuglicans have a particular smell, DNA sequence, fingerprint? Could we use that?