‘Fake finger’ successfully used to bypass Touch ID on iPhone 5s

A group in German claims to have successfully worked around Apple’s new Touch ID biometric system, albeit using an extremely elaborate system to do so, involving a high-resolution lifted fingerprint and creating a “fake finger” that mimics a real one that has the lifted fingerprint printed onto latex milk or wood glue and then applied — and of course physical access to the iPhone that utilizes that particular fingerprint. A different hacker group is offering a reward for such a solution, including cash, Bitcoins, liquor and books as a reward….

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