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New Face ID patent seems likely to fix the 3D-printed mask issue

2 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Mac

A new Apple patent suggests that the company has boosted the security of Face ID in order to defeat the attack method demonstrated in 2017 , when a specially-designed 3D-printed mask was able to unlock an iPhone X.
The attack was a sophisticated one, meaning that ordinary users didn't have much to fear, but the security researchers did suggest that high-profile targets - like company CEOs - might want to avoid using Face ID...
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