I can create any Identity I want, biometrics security is chicken feet for me

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=LgW774m2Tok

New Identity
artificial iris implant
http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-iris-recognition-technology.htm
cosmesis:fingerprints:skin sleeve
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cosmesis
In exceptional circumstances, a diplomatic passport is given to a foreign citizen with no passport of his own, such as an exiled VIP who lives, by invitation, in a foreign country.
Multi-biometric systems use multiple sensors or biometrics to overcome the limitations of unimodal biometric systems. For instance iris recognition systems can be compromised by aging irides[8] and finger scanning systems by worn-out or cut fingerprints. While unimodal biometric systems are limited by the integrity of their identifier, it is unlikely that several unimodal systems will suffer from identical limitations. Multi-biometric obtain sets of information from the same marker (ie, multiple images of an iris, or scans of the same finger)[7] or information from different biometrics (requiring fingerprint scans and, using voice recognition, a spoken pass-code).[9] Multi-biometric systems can integrate these unimodal systems sequentially, simultaneously, a combination thereof, or in series, which refer to sequential, parallel, hierarchical and serial integration modes, respectively. The interested reader is pointed to Choubisa[7] for detailed tradeoffs of response time, accuracy, and costs between integration modes.

Broadly, the information fusion is divided into three parts, pre-mapping fusion, midst-mapping fusion, and post-mapping fusion/late fusion.In pre-mapping fusion information can be combined at sensor level or feature level. Sensor-level fusion can be mainly organized in three classes: (1) single sensor-multiple instances, (2) intra-class multiple sensors, and (3) inter-class multiple sensors.[7] Feature-level fusion can be mainly organized in two categories: (1) intra-class and (2) inter-class.[7] Intra-class is again classified into four subcategories: (a) Same sensor-same features, (b) Same sensor-different features, (c) Different sensors-same features, and (d) Different sensors-different features.

Facial Recognition Technology. The distance between the eyes, nose and mouth is measured and compared to overall features of the face including the ears and hair with an algorithm calculated to give a value that is captured in the database which must not deviate more than 5% from the next person. Therefore I can photoshopped my own image to create something beyond the 10% deviation and use a face mask that correspond to bypass the system, by confusing the software, there is no accuracy and the police cannot identify my identity from the database, so there will be a delay at the checkpoint, by creating another record that is similar to mine so that the police will not be suspicious, the police has no choice but to let me go, or they will jam up the entire security operations.

The Future of Identity. Your IC will contain the following information which is your fingerprint, blood type, DNA, facial and iris profile with a personal digital certificate. It will be embedded in a wireless chip which you can apply it to link other services like a visa/debit card, ezlink card and even a passport. It will be almost impossible to forge this IC or copy any of the info. Security of the Future system will use all combinations of the above info for verification and authentication, which is almost impossible to forge as nobody will have all the information or algorithms that derive the info, with only a risk factor of 0.001% because everything can be encrypted into a personal digital certificate and decrypt by software for security.

– Contributed by Oogle

Author: Gilbert Tan TS

IT expert with more than 20 years experience in Apple, Andriod and Windows PC. Interests include hardware and software, Internet and multimedia. An experienced Real Estate agent, Insurance agent, and a Futures trader.

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