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"Username" vs password Biometrics is uniquely tied to you, but possible to copy/fake, likely to be given out inadvertently (when you don't intend to authenticate anything) and nearly impossible to change. This means that biometrics, including voice, is a great replacement for factors such as usernames or customer IDs, but still would require additional ...


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This keeps popping up every year as the next big thing. 2016:Citi 2015:ING 2013:Barclays This 2014 paper Automatic speech recognition for under-resourced languages: A survey. Speech Communication by Besacier, L., Barnard, E., Karpov, A., & Schultz, T. (not open access) discusses the state-of-the-art of speaker recognition technologies. The survey ...


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This will be abused and instead of password dumps we will see attackers trading voice sample dumps and building huge databases of identified voice samples from public documents and places like YouTube. There are also other issues here that make this a bad choice. There's no plausible deniability if someone didn't want to be coerced into authenticating an ...



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