Samsung Galaxy S8's Facial Recognition Can Be Tricked With A Photo
Samsung Galaxy S8's Facial Recognition Can Be Tricked With A Photo

Samsung with its new flagship smartphone, Galaxy S8, has created a new dimension of security for smartphones. As it introduced the new iris recognition sensor, which already came with the Note 7 and facial recognition. But, now it seems that its facial recognition can be tricked with a photo.

Samsung Galaxy S8’s Facial Recognition Can Be Tricked With A Photo

The South Korean giant Samsung, with its new flagship smartphone, of course, the Galaxy S8, has created a new dimension of security for smartphones. In addition to the most common forms, codes and passwords or the fingerprint itself introduced the new iris recognition sensor, which already came with Note7 and facial recognition.

However, now a certain distrust of the real security of facial recognition is emerging.

To unlock a Samsung Galaxy S8, the user has different methods available. Facial recognition and iris recognition are the great new features introduced by the South Korean giant Samsung, but you can still count on a new fingerprint sensor with common unlocking by default, password or the oldest PIN code method.

Samsung is the first to admit that the facial recognition security method is not as secure as a fingerprint, for example, serving only as a quick unlock of the smartphone.

However, it may still be less secure than it is judged. As a very simple picture of the smartphone owner may be enough to unlock the Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone.

Even, there is a video that actually shows or demonstrates this whole procedure, a photo on the screen of another smartphone positioned in front of the camera of the Galaxy S8 which unlocks it easily.

Here is the video below presented will show you that how easily anyone can bypass the facial security offered in Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone:-

So, what do you think about this new vulnerability? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.



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