Fingerprint Authentication


Supported platforms: Windows, Windows Server

This is a system based on a biometric fingerprint reader device, which provides a straightforward approach for high security online authentication.

 

 

KEY FEATURES

 
  • The system can be configured to work with fingerprints only (for commodity) or with usernames and fingerprints (for a large number of users)
  • It is implemented as a self installing ActiveX component, which makes the deployment transparent to the user 

 

 

 

The most important concern was the safety of the system, therefore a biometric device has been chosen as identity recognizer. The advantages, from a security stand point are:

  • Unbreakable password - the code generate from the fingerprint of each user is quite large compared to conventional passwords, and so it is immune to a brute force attack

  • Unique password - the code is generated automatically and is unique for each user

  • Fake finger detection - the sensor can detect a real finger from a fake one, reducing the risk of fingerprint impersonation

 Another benefit of this solution is related to the ease of use:

  • One simple touch is enough for identification

  • Users cannot forget their passwords

  • Users can select different fingers as their password

 

TECHNOLOGIES

  Symphony Materialize AngularJS
  Visual C++ .NET ASP.NET MS SQL Server MS IIS
         

 


 




Recent posts on our blog
4 ways to build a killer mobile app
Aug 25, 2017, by Dragos
There still is a lot of growth potential in the mobile industry. There are untapped areas that will be discovered in the near future. You can do it as well, therefore this is the right time to choose a mobile development career.... read more
Hadoop: the future is now - and it's all about Big Data
Jun 05, 2017, by Dragos
Apache Hadoop is an open-source software written in Java, a framework that allows for the distributed processing of very large data sets across clusters of computers.... read more
Linux goes down in history: a mature operating system
Mar 14, 2017, by AdrianC
As we’ve seen in the second part of this series, the number of Linux distros has increased rapidly, as the Open Source community responded in a positive manner to the flexibility of the Linux kernel.... read more


Products  |  Press  |  Site Map  |  Technologies  |  Terms of Use  |  Privacy Policy
© 2017 SBP Romania. All rights reserved.