PSNews – After its first success, Bkav continued to release its second mask that is able to bypass the iPhone X’s Face ID feature using stone powder.
On November 27, Vietnamese cybersecurity firm Bkav introduced the new version of its “breakthrough” mask to prove that Face ID feature is not safe enough to user.
The 3D mask was made of stone powder instead of paper tape (used in previous mask) to trick the Face ID' Artificial Intelligence (AI) at higher level. The eyes of the mask are printed with 2D infrared images – the same technology that Face ID itself used to detect facial image.
In this new experiment, Bkav removed the old facial information and re-entered it using the mask. Surprisingly, in less than 10 seconds, Face ID identified the mask as its owner.
Bkav security experts then reconfirmed that the Face ID feature of the iPhone X is not secure enough for users, especially to use in business transactions.
Earlier on November 11, Bkav claimed it has been able to bypass the iPhone X’s Face ID feature for the fast time. The mask is crafted from silicone, paper tape combined with some special techniques.By An Nhien