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Mad Dawg Mar 31, 2005 09:33 PM

Biometric Finger print Recognition
 
does anyone have any experience of this and is it worth buying a finger print scanner.
I heard it can eliminate the need for passwords on PC and websites?

Insomniac Apr 02, 2005 12:58 AM

I've never used them, so I can't offer first hand experience, but what I have read leaves a lot to be desired.

Some for example can easily be bypassed (using gelatin lollies believe it or not!), they can be buggy, and slow.

Bear in mind when I read this it was 6 months ago, which is an eternity in technology time, so they may have improved but I would do my homework first for something so vital.

Good luck.

Mad Dawg Apr 02, 2005 03:50 AM

cheers Insomniac
I managed to get one from USA for 20, so if it's not very good I haven't lost much.
Will watch out for the lollies bit though.

CHEERS
MAD dAWG
I'D RATHER HAVE A BOTTLE IN FRONT OF ME, THAT A FRONTAL LOBOTOMY

Insomniac Apr 02, 2005 01:34 PM

Well as you say $20 is pretty cheap.

I spend more than that to have sex.

Mad Dawg Apr 02, 2005 09:24 PM

I spend even more.
New Washer, New Dryer, New cooker, New Curtains, New Decoration.
Thank god it's only 3 times a year. LOL LOL

Insomniac Apr 02, 2005 09:26 PM

I wouldn't buy any of that.

She uses it, she can buy it. :laugh:

I only have sex once a year when my tax refund cheque arrives.


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