Hp USB Biometric Fingerprint Reader - £5.86 (+£2.34 p&p) @ Misco - HotUKDeals
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This is a good price for this, they usually sell for around the £30 mark, and there's only a few cheaper @ double this price with postage (Amazon asking £32). There's also 4% cashback through quidco.

The HP USB Biometric Fingerprint Reader lets users replace cumbersome password access to their networks and computers with a single swipe of the finger. By using fingerprints to establish identity and by eliminating the expense of maintaining passwords, this standalone, plug-and-play fingerprint reader improves computing security while reducing its operating cost.

The HP USB Biometric Fingerprint Reader is fast, verifying user identity in less than one second. The Fingerprint Reader is compatible and fully integrated with the award-winning HP ProtectTools Security Software with HP Credential Manager for ProtectTools, for controlling access to PCs and networking environments. The software includes smart card, security tokens and many other supported devices for multifactor authentication as well as single sign-on capabilities.

Features
USB - 4 PIN USB Connection
500 dpi resolution
AuthenTec Biometric Sensor
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#1
Heat & rep added ....;-)
#2
Nice. Will these work with Vista ?
#3
Good find - heat added
#4
Doesn't state whether the software comes with it or not; only that it's compatible with the HP fingerprint software.
If not your looking at extra cost to buy fingerprint authentication software.
#5
Hi this was taken from the HP website. it does support vista

Replaces cumbersome password access to networks and computers with a single swipe of the finger. Eliminating the expense of maintaining passwords, this standalone, plug-and-play fingerprint reader improves computing security while reducing its operating cost. Supports Vista.

BTW it wouldn't let me do the supersaver cause of the weight. my total cost was £10.55 which is still cheap.
#6
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#7
These biometric scanners can easily be cheated by using a balloon (or condom, even a plastic bag) filled with warm water, and pressed into the slot, works 98% of the time.

Still a good price.
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urbundk
These biometric scanners can easily be cheated by using a balloon (or condom, even a plastic bag) filled with warm water, and pressed into the slot, works 98% of the time.

Still a good price.



Dare I ask why you carry a balloon and condom with you? Where do you get the warm water from? :whistling:
#9
fabulous tigger
Dare I ask why you carry a balloon and condom with you? Where do you get the warm water from? :whistling:


Now that is THE funniest thing I have read all day - Thank You :-D
#10
urbundk
These biometric scanners can easily be cheated by using a balloon (or condom, even a plastic bag) filled with warm water, and pressed into the slot, works 98% of the time.

Still a good price.


This is one of those slice scanners not a full print scan so there will be no latent print to raise. Breathing on a full finger scanner can actually reveal the print and unlock it in some cases without the need for the bag of water.

On a swipe scanner like this you would only need access to the persons prints (drinking glass or even the laptop itself) and some glue (maybe graphite powder as well). :thumbsup:
#11
Where did all these secret agents suddenly come from on Hotukdeals!!!!
#12
Ungreat
This is one of those slice scanners not a full print scan so there will be no latent print to raise. Breathing on a full finger scanner can actually reveal the print and unlock it in some cases without the need for the bag of water.

On a swipe scanner like this you would only need access to the persons prints (drinking glass or even the laptop itself) and some glue (maybe graphite powder as well). :thumbsup:


You're correct sir !........there are several ways to do so, a print from a CD, DVD works great, tested in labs.

Gummy Bears also do the trick for the transfer medium.
#13
fabulous tigger
Dare I ask why you carry a balloon and condom with you? Where do you get the warm water from? :whistling:


At a Hens night........where else.......Doesn't everyone carry these?.........maybe I hang out with the wrong crowd !
#14
dont use it with ie7 and ebay.
#15
Microsoft's one is much better, more secure as it takes your whole fingerprint. They are about £25-30 I think.

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