Authentication by fingerprint on the remote server


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I want to write this sistemku (seen in the Internet, but they didn't suit me — only small window and list of devices). How see yourself: a user downloads the utility on the PC, which will scan the fingerprint and send it to the server. The server will provide API to third-party websites for authentication.

But here is interesting how to be with security. If you send a fingerprint, it can intercept and exploit. If encrypted, then the cipher can be cracked, Ulomov desktop utility. In addition, during each scan of the print will be slightly different (finger flinched a little bit when held, for example). Anyone have any ideas how this can be done?
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Such protection will be weaker than the password... If the password you can change as many times as the fingers you only have 10... And Yes, the meaning of such protection only locally (when between the reader and the protected system is hard to slip).
Well this is my IMHO, because they saw the scanners are only in the shop where I work :-)
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If you send a fingerprint, it can intercept and exploit. If encrypted, then the cipher can be cracked, Ulomov desktop utility
Use asymmetric encryption.
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I think it is unlikely to be popular. I like for 12 years for a seat at the computer never saw live this scanner.
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I'm not popular, I for myself.
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For example, Enum has authorization on the print method that I described. That's how they do it?
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saw the movie as having a fingerprint on the glass made a dummy and went on a computer without the owner's knowledge
Look who are interested, on YouTube there might be
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For example, Enum has authorization on the print method that I described. That's how they do it?
which will scan the fingerprint and send it to the server
As far as I know Enum recognizes locally(without sending data to the server) in the presence of hardware support scan fingerprints (fingerprint coincides with the standard or not said device driver scan).
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Now selling usb scanners, and in every third laptop they build.
1. Integrated hardware support for finger scanning minimum (minimum of laptops and smartphones). Whether for such purposes, ordinary users to buy usb scanners are not.
2. To photograph the finger? That, I think, distorted and will not give the necessary accuracy of the picture of the finger, and focus on portable photo-video-Webcams leaves much to be desired. goto 1
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