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April 24, 2022, 6:56 p.m. | /u/WisdomSocialMedia

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I know that they are considered a vulnerability as it's very easy to replicate a person's fingerprint or face but that means the vulnerability is only there if they have my physical device, no?

In any case, is biometrics with a pin safer? Or should I give up on biometrics altogether?

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