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Here's a few things you need to consider: Biometrics can be stolen fairly easily. We don't have yet figured out any biometrics on which can be verified by one party and one party only. You leave fingerprints everywhere you go, HD cameras may be developed in the future that could gather enough resolution for retina scan. Biometrics are immutable. Once ...


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This seems a bit like using the password for both purposes. Technically this works, as long as people are using strong enough passwords all people passwords will be unique (as a good biometric will do), and therefore you can imagine a system where identification too can be accomplished using only a password. However this would open a big flaw since an ...


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Not sure about whether it can be used as a standalone authentication system but it can be used as a part of multi-factor authentication system. Reference: More info: Identification Identification is nothing more than claiming you are somebody. You identify yourself when you speak to someone on the phone that you don’t know, and they ask you who they’re ...



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