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    the prob, to crack it you need to have it under your hand.
    Let say remontly ?
    if you can only auth via fingerprint, how can you access it remontly ?
    this way it become way more secure no ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrackH34D View Post
    the prob, to crack it you need to have it under your hand.
    Let say remontly ?
    if you can only auth via fingerprint, how can you access it remontly ?
    this way it become way more secure no ?
    It is only "more" secure if you have taken other precautions (BIOS password, and in windows, a password protected (or deleted) Admin account) at the minimum.

    Other than Geek/Showoff value, then it's pretty useless. they are fairly simple to get past, as some kid locked all the Display laptops in work (Large Chain store in the UK), and I couldn't be bothered remastering them all.

    A little googling, and presto (Live CD's and SAM files IIRC)

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    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    Actually, I believe your memory is a little faulty. The door lock, opened with the photocopy.


    But the computer didn't unlock until they used the latex.

    No , the lock only opened with the photocopy, not straigh away cause they just needed to LICK IT yes lick it to make it wet cause the sensor also detects humidity.

    Im sure on this just check youtube.

    its crazy what these gus can prove.

    Iv tried myself the mythbust of the white sheet you can pass threw the motion sensors, i tried in alot and everytime worked.

    If it has heat sensor you need to put a glass in the sensor and you can walk normally in the place ehehe.

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    I'm in my university's IT program, and we're all required to have the same standard laptops. For my first two years I had the T42. I thought it would fit nicely to say that hardly any of the students used the finger print scanner at all. (I'll stop before I start to rant about the poor software that accompanied it)

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