Random musings of a compulsive geek!
That's my score. I doubt whether iam that nerdy.
I remember an earlier blog post where you'd wanted biometric indentification.Security guru Schneier has come up with a post that might interest you - Security risks of biometrics that might interest you.Cheers,Sudhir.P
I had read that, and was about to post an update.As i understand, no security scheme is unbreakable. So go for the one thats the hardest to break. In the use-case i was mentioning, ie, making finger print identification for voters in India, i dont think its economically viable for the attacker to go chopping off peope's fingers just to cast a vote. As you mentioned, i guess in this case the storage of the identity mechanisms is the weekest link, not the biometric identification device(fingerprint, retinal scan etc) itself.
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