facial recognition

Security researchers demonstrated how to bypass the Windows Hello facial recognition that is used in Windows 10 as a login mechanism. Security researchers at CyberArk Labs discovered a security bypass vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2021-34466, affecting the Windows Hello facial authentication process, An attacker could exploit the vulnerability to login systems running the Windows 10 OS. […]

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The federal Liberal Party must give a more detailed explanation of how a facial matching system being used for online party constituency nominations works to understand if it will violate users’ rights, says Ontario’s former privacy commissioner.

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Researchers from Adversa devised an attack technique, dubbed ADVERSARIAL OCTOPUS, against Facial Recognition systems.  THE INTENTION BEHIND THIS PROJECT Driven by our mission to increase trust in AI, Adversa’s AI Red Team is constantly exploring new methods of assessing and protecting mission-critical AI applications. Recently, we’ve discovered a new way of attacking Facial Recognition systems […]

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The RCMP’s use of facial recognition technology to conduct hundreds of searches of a database compiled illegally by facial recognition software provider Clearview AI violated the federal Privacy Act, says Canada’s privacy commissioner.

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