Often when you think IOT, it’s the security (or often the complete lack of) which makes it scary. This post, however, focuses on using some IOT tech for a different scary reason – Halloween.
There’s a problem with mobile biometrics. More specifically, there’s a disconnect between how they should be used, and how they are being used. App developers are treating a fingerprint as though it though it will 100% surely assert that the user is who they say they are when in reality it can’t, it can only […]