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In information security, a fingerprinting algorithm uniquely identifies the hardware, software or data. Just as human fingerprints uniquely identify people for practical purposes. This fingerprint may be used in penetration tests or for vulnerability management.

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The risk greatly depends on the type of fingerprints reader you have on your phone/laptop, on top of any software consideration. http://www.androidauthority.com/how-fingerprint-scanners-work-670934 … / According to that article, the most basic fingerprint scanner can be fooled just with an image of your fingerprints, the most advanced requiring something like 3D printing your fingerprint with high …
answered Jun 20 '17 by Kaël