Networking products manufacturer D-Link has released a patch to fix a flaw in its DIR-850L routers that allowed an attacker to join the router's network without authentication.
While Australia put paid to the concept of a national identity card in 1986, Singapore boldly went forth and established its SingPass (Singapore Personal Access) system in 2003. Now, the innovative little nation of four million is taking a step further with plans to give every citizen an online digital identity.
Fujitsu PalmSecure is a biometric authentication solution with palm vein scanning, successfully in use for well over a decade to secure computers, building ATMs, manage stadium entry, building access and more.
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Well that's bloody pointless!