Ever since the iPhone X was launched, the most talked about feature has been Face ID. We were sitting down in our bedroom and were just done setting up the Face IDs, our 10-year-old son walked in anxious to get his hands on the new iPhone X. Right away my wife declared that he was not going to access her phone. He was even able to unlock his father's iPhone X, but only at one time, but later his was unable to do it.
The company's researchers said that the iPhone X's fingerprint sensor was the most secure biometric security feature.
After the mother reregistered her face under different lighting, her son was no longer able to unlock her phone. However, she made a decision to further test things by registering all over again under indoor night-time lighting, similar to the first time. The researchers asserted on November 10 they successfully bypassed the feature while released the POC video of the hack and concluded that unlike Apple's suggestion Face ID wasn't so secure.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment. A lot of Identical Twin's once did it, it worked for some and Not for others. One of the advanced features which the technology giant Apple banked upon and promoted heavily about iPhone X was the way it has been created to be unlock using one's facial features which Apple has termed it the Face ID. Lets take a Look at the Mask! In the end, iPhone X recognized this face the owner of the mobile device.
Other than that, the eyes were represented with printed 2D images, with a little extra special processing done on the cheeks and other areas of the face where there are large areas of skin.
"These are actual masks used by the engineering team to train the neutral network to protect against them in Face ID", said Schiller while standing below an image of the masks.
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