Feb. 7, 2024, 5:10 a.m. | Oleksandr Kuznetsov Dmytro Zakharov Emanuele Frontoni Andrea Maranesi

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Biometric security is the cornerstone of modern identity verification and authentication systems, where the integrity and reliability of biometric samples is of paramount importance. This paper introduces AttackNet, a bespoke Convolutional Neural Network architecture, meticulously designed to combat spoofing threats in biometric systems. Rooted in deep learning methodologies, this model offers a layered defense mechanism, seamlessly transitioning from low-level feature extraction to high-level pattern discernment. Three distinctive architectural phases form the crux of the model, each underpinned by …

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