Wednesday, November 02, 2005

November

This month we had a part of our deliverable with spoofing biometric devices ready, which is available from

http://forensic.to/webhome/geradts/Biometric_devices.doc . The final version of the complete FIDIS document will be ready in two months and available from www.fidis.net . I also received many questions and some remarks of manufacturers for the presentation that I gave at www.biometrics.e-symposium.com . It appears that people download the presentation from this site later on. It was my first experience with this kind of e-symposium. Normally the information will be corrected later on in questions. Since the voice is recorded, in this case it appeared that one of the claims I did was somewhat overstated. We could not circumvent the vein scanner liveness detection with the version that was delivered later in our research. What did I learn from this ? In these kinds of presentations it is better to write out the information first, and then record the information.

This month I was also busy with some ddos-attacks on the www.forensic.to site and moving the forens-l mailing list www.forensic.to/forens to this server.

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