I've seen so many different protections for laptops and other devices on the market, however is it really that necessary? I've never seen anybody who would actually use it even if they had something like this.
I believe it is absolutely essential. The average end user has a wealth of personal information on mobile devices that is often not even password protected. The use of biometric devices make it faster/easier to sign on with the swipe of a finger rather than typing in a user/pass hopefully encouraging the use of this layer of security.
Don't know... I'm still not a big fan of technologies people can use to easily access your equipment after they've killed you.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
Does Mofiria have the ability to detect whether-or-not the finger has been severed?
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Good point! It would probably have to be a pretty freshly severed digit to keep the vein cross section within tolerances. Will have to ask "Boris the Blade".
Criminals won't be able to get into mine, even with my freshly severed finger.
I mean, c'mon... the guy who invented this *knew* we were going to use our johnsons on it instead, right?
I wonder if the scanners will be available in "Magnum" sizes?
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