So much for biometric I.D

  carver 16:26 04 Apr 05

I think I might just forget about about fingerprint security sfter reading this click here

  genuinefake 16:45 04 Apr 05


  Forum Editor 20:16 04 Apr 05

I use fingerprint recognition technology on my office computers.

  bremner 20:47 04 Apr 05

You don't want to know what they did in the Dan Browns novel before The Da Vinci Code to beat a retina scan!!!!!!!!!!!!

  carver 22:45 04 Apr 05

The next time someone says "I'd give my right arm for that sort of technology" they just might regret it.

  TOPCAT® 12:02 05 Apr 05

Safer to set it up to read that dog's paw print and keep a synthetic copy in your pocket. "You'll be lucky!" :o) TC.

  Brian-336451 16:41 05 Apr 05

Of KFC fame, so the gent can buy 9 more Mercs then.

The question is - was he able to finger the suspects?

Tea break's over, back on my head.

  phono 00:35 06 Apr 05

It reminds me of an old MS-DOS game, circa 1995, called Bioforge, in which a severed arm, complete with hand, had to be used to gain access to a particular area using hand recognition technology.

I wonder if the thieves played it. ;^)

  CurlyWhirly 18:16 07 Apr 05

The lengths that someone will go to just to steal a car (albeit an expensive one)!

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