Two security researchers used a wax hand to claim that through this, the scanning system can be deceived. Security researchers named Jane Crisler and Julian Albrecht have claimed that the scanning machine used for security, through which people are scanned and identified, can be deceived by the help of wax hand . They also said that the scanning machine is not completely sensible. They have disclosed this in a conference held in Germany this month.
Copied the other person’s hand via photo
- Chrysler and Albrecht said they photographed the hand of another person with the help of SLR camera and then copied the pattern of the hand of that person.
- He told that after removing the photo of the hand pattern, he removed the infrared filter so that the person can copy the ridges and nerves of his hand.
- After which he made a model of wax from the hands of that person and this model included riddles and veins of the person’s hands. He told that when he first tampered with the scanning system, he did not believe that it could be tampered with.
Over 2,500 photos of one hand were taken
- The researcher said that in order to copy the pattern of the hand of another person, he took more than 2,500 foliage of that person’s hand so that the nerves of the hands could be copied properly. It took 30 days.
- After taking a photo of the hand, he printed the pattern of the nerves of the hands with the help of a laser printer and after that he covered the wax to show it like a human hand. They told that it took only 15 minutes to make the wax hand.
- Chrysler and Albrecht said that they were able to deceive the scanning system with the help of a hand made of this wax.