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A Study of Brute-Force Break-ins of a Palmprint Verification System

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A Study of Brute-Force Break-ins of a Palmprint Verification System
Abstract. Biometric systems are widely applied since they offer inherent advantages over traditional knowledge-based and token-based personal authentication approaches. This has led to the development of palmprint systems and their use in several real applications. Biometric systems are not, however, invulnerable. The potential attacks including replay and brute-force attacks have to be analyzed before they are massively deployed in real applications. With this in mind, this paper will consider brute-force break-ins directed against palmprint verification systems.
Adams Wai-Kin Kong, David Zhang, Mohamed Kamel
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where AVBPA
Authors Adams Wai-Kin Kong, David Zhang, Mohamed Kamel
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