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Microsoft and Fujitsu enable Windows 10 login using a palm vein scan

Biometric security is becoming an increasingly popular option for tech companies wanting to offer peace of mind to their users, because it's harder to spoof a fingerprint than steal a password. Now Fujitsu has unveiled the latest unlocking method for Windows 10: palm vein recognition... Continue Reading Microsoft and Fujitsu enable Windows 10 login using a palm vein scan Category: Computer
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