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Vietnamese Company Claims $150 Mask Can Hack iPhone X Face ID

15 November 2017

"The mask was made by a combination of 3D printing and supported by makeup and some 2D images". But the introduction of the brand new iPhone X, and it's facial recognition lock, has come with some controversy.

In a clip posted to YouTube, a researcher at Bkav can be seen holding his iPhone X in front of the model of his face and successfully unlocking it. When Apple unveiled the iPhone X, it claimed the Face ID was so secure that even the best quality masks wouldn't be able to fool it.

Sadly for Cook, the evil twin has arrived but in the form of a specially crafted 3D-printed face mask, despite the fact that Apple took help from Hollywood make-up artists and professional mask makers to ensure Face ID wasn't fooled by such masks.

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Just days after the iPhone X hit stores on November 3, Vietnamese cybersecurity company Bkav claims a $150 3D-printed mask bypassed the new Face ID, which is used to unlock the Apple device.

What also might be happening is that Face ID on the iPhone has trained itself to the son accidentally during the repeated testing when making the video.

Apple said that its Face ID will continually learn by constantly taking selfies of its owner to create a very detailed profile. The mask was not created with a focus on realism. "This seems like an unlikely sequence of events".

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Bkav did say that attacks would likely be executed on high-profile targets: "FBI, CIA, country leaders, leaders of major corporations, etc. are the ones that need to know about the issue, because their devices are worth illegal unlock attempts", it said. Exploitation is hard for normal users, but simple for professional ones, ' they added. "The reason CAPTCHA is so effective is that there are subtleties that only a human eye can assess and accurately confirm".

However, other tech experts assure us that the average iPhone user is not at risk, at least for the time being.

"Potential targets shall not be regular users, but billionaires, leaders of major corporations, nation leaders and agents like Federal Bureau of Investigation need to understand the Face ID's issue".

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Vietnamese Company Claims $150 Mask Can Hack iPhone X Face ID