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These spoofers claim that they tricked Face ID with a simple mask | iMore
Ever since the iPhone X's launch, the race to fool Face ID has been on. Now, a Vietnamese security company claims to have succeeded.
When Face ID was announced back in September, many shared their concerns regarding the new feature's possible limitations. Though Apple assured users that Face ID would be extremely difficult to deceive, everyone from security researchers to pranksters have been waiting with bated breath for the iPhone X to be released so they could test that claim.
Now, just a week after people actually started getting their hands on Apple's new flagship model, Vietnamese security firm Bkav announced in a blog post it has successfully spoofed Face ID with a fairly rudimentary mask.
faceID  security  privacy  hack  3D_printing 
5 days ago by rgl7194
Apple FaceID Tricked With $150 Mask
Security researchers have broken Apple's FaceID security system using a mask they said takes around a few days to make and costs only $150.
The authors of this research are experts from Vietnamese cyber-security firm Bkav, the same company that back in 2009 bypassed some of the first facial recognition systems deployed with laptops from ASUS, Lenovo, Toshiba, and others, using nothing more than a simple photo.
While Samsung failed to secure the iris and facial recognition systems it deployed with Galaxy S8 phones released earlier this year against simple "photo attacks," Apple did a much better job.
In previous experiments, hackers and journalists failed to trick Apple's FaceID system with both photos and silicone masks.
Bkav researchers said they were successful in their attempts after studying Apple's FaceID security manual and by leveraging their previous work on facial recognition systems.
faceID  security  privacy  hack  3D_printing 
5 days ago by rgl7194
Hackers say they broke Apple’s Face ID. Here’s why we’re not convinced | Ars Technica
Key questions persist about $150 mask hackers used to unlock Face-protected iPhone X.
Security researchers say they used a $150 mask to break the Face ID facial recognition system that locks Apple's new iPhone X. The work may be a significant, it may be little more than a stunt with few real-world consequences, or it could possibly be something in the middle. So far, it's impossible to know because the researchers have evaded key questions about how they went about breaking into the device.
The supposed hack was carried out by researchers from Vietnamese security firm Bkav, which in 2009 demonstrated a way to bypass face-based authentication in Toshiba and Lenovo laptops. On Friday, company researchers published a video showing them unlocking an iPhone X by presenting it with a custom-made mask instead of the live human face that Apple has repeatedly insisted is the only thing that can satisfy the requirements of the facial recognition system.
faceID  security  privacy  hack  3D_printing 
5 days ago by rgl7194
Apple iPhone X's Face ID Hacked (Unlocked) Using 3D-Printed Mask
Just a week after Apple released its brand new iPhone X on November 3, a team of hackers has claimed to successfully hack Apple's Face ID facial recognition technology with a mask that costs less than $150.
Yes, Apple's "ultra-secure" Face ID security for the iPhone X is not as secure as the company claimed during its launch event in September this year.
"Apple engineering teams have even gone and worked with professional mask makers and makeup artists in Hollywood to protect against these attempts to beat Face ID," Apple's senior VP of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller said about Face ID system during the event.
"These are actual masks used by the engineering team to train the neural network to protect against them in Face ID."
However, the bad news is that researchers from Vietnamese cybersecurity firm Bkav were able to unlock the iPhone X using a mask.
faceID  security  privacy  hack  3D_printing 
5 days ago by rgl7194
Hackers Claim to Break Face ID a Week After iPhone X Release | WIRED
When Apple released the iPhone X on November 3, it touched off an immediate race among hackers around the world to be the first to fool the company's futuristic new form of authentication. A week later, hackers on the actual other side of the world claim to have successfully duplicated someone's face to unlock his iPhone X—with what looks like a simpler technique than some security researchers believed possible.
On Friday, Vietnamese security firm Bkav released a blog post and video showing that—by all appearances—they'd cracked Face ID with a composite mask of 3-D-printed plastic, silicone, makeup, and simple paper cutouts, which in combination tricked an iPhone X into unlocking. That demonstration, which has yet to be confirmed publicly by other security researchers, could poke a hole in the expensive security of the iPhone X, particularly given that the researchers say their mask cost just $150 to make.
faceID  security  privacy  hack  3D_printing 
5 days ago by rgl7194
Report: Hackers have tricked Face ID with a cheap mask - Six Colors
Writing at Wired, Andy Greenberg covers claims that hackers have already broken Face ID on the iPhone X...
First thing’s first: this was inevitable. Nobody’s yet invented the security measure that can’t be beaten. The real question is “how vulnerable is the system?” and, in this case, despite the low cited cost, the chances that this will be deployed against the average person is pretty low. Not least of all because it seems to require several minutes of scanning someone’s face. If you have that much access to someone’s face, there are far easier ways of opening their phones, with or without their cooperation.
But, look, most people are not going to be at risk here, anymore than the average person was at risk from someone duplicating their fingerprint. If you’re a high profile person who’s likely to be targeted by thieves or intelligence agencies, then, yes, you should probably be taking extra precautions, but the rest of us are plenty fine using Face ID, Touch ID, or even a six-digit passcode. But there’s no question that Face ID is tougher than many previous attempts at face-based security.
faceID  security  privacy  hack  3D_printing 
5 days ago by rgl7194
Tinkercad | Create 3D digital designs with online CAD
Tinkercad is an easy-to-use 3D CAD design tool. Quickly turn your idea into a CAD model for a 3D printer with Tinkercad.

Tinkercad is used by designers, hobbyists, teachers, and kids, to make toys, prototypes, home decor, Minecraft models, jewelry – the list is truly endless!
3d_printing  cad_(computer_aided_design)  design 
24 days ago by gryphonent
ING Report: The Future of 3D Printing
3D printing might foster local production and cut world trade as much as 40% within 23 years, suggests ING, a bank.

Lower cross-border trade in industrial machinery, automotive and consumer products may take the lead in supressing world trade given that these sectors are front runner industries in 3D printing and have a significant share in cross-border trade.
3d_printing  global 
5 weeks ago by JohnDrake
3D Hubs | Local Manufacturing, 3D Printing & CNC Machining
3D Hubs is your go-to service for ordering custom 3D printed and CNC machined parts online. Upload your files to get instant quotes from local service providers.

The 3D Hubs platform provides the easiest way to bring designs to life by offering local 3D printing in under two days. We check the user’s digital design and our matchmaking algorithms present the best 3D print options for them.

Some of the world’s leading consumer brands are offering local 3D printing to their users by integrating Teleport, our 3D Printing API, in their apps. Allowing them to send digital designs to nearby 3D printing services with the click of a button.
game_design  game_manufacturing  3d_printing 
5 weeks ago by gryphonent

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