With the theft of fingerprints from a database the way is open for a criminal to leave someone
elses finger prints at a crime scene. Interesting.
The trouble with biometric passwords (eg. on laptops) is changing your password is challenging
(generally people have 10 "passwords") and stealing/forging your password (biometric info) is
How people can think that a method used for identifying people who inadvertantly leave their
prints at a crime scene (ie. they didn't mean to) should become am alternative for a PASSWORD
is beyond me.
Maybe a scan and THEN a password would make slightly more sense?