aanton at spintech.ro
Fri May 5 11:24:30 UTC 2006
Fredrik Lindberg wrote:
> The driver should work fine locally. But using it remote (via ssh etc)
> is probably a no-go because verification of the fingerprint records
are done by UPEKs driver at the hardware level.
> The only way as I see it (to even make it possible with UPEKs driver)
> is to have a reader at both the remote machine and the client machine
> and then capture a BioAPI record at the client machine and have the
server verify it. But that involves transferring the record in a secure
> way to the server.
Or simply have a reader on client side, which if correctly
authentificated will issue public-key auth with the server, or sort of..
:) Not really BioAPI auth, but it enables the user to do remote logins
by putting the finger on the reader..
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