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From: TOM SUTHERLAND (tsuthersilver-lake.com)
Date: Mon Aug 20 2001 - 19:34:41 CDT
I've done a little research in this area. You might want to check out
www.bioid.com it (the technology) seems to work pretty well. Their product
uses input from an off-the-shelf video device to ID users by tracking voice,
lip movement, and facial features. It also allows for custom development
through an API toolkit.
I recall that the stand-alone version retails for something like $50.
I know you can use thier software to logon to Win2K, but I'm not sure about
From: infocascadeone.com [mailto:infocascadeone.com]
Sent: Monday, August 20, 2001 5:16 PM
Subject: EFS and Biometrics? Other options?
I am attempting to secure confidential information on remote machines
(laptops). I know there are many ways to encrypt the entire HDD...
EFS is offered by Microsoft, and of course comes default with the 2K
install. Does EFS have any support for biometrics?
What I am really looking for is a solution that will:
1. logon via a biometric device
2. automatic transparent encrypt/decrypt entire HDD
3. no challenge (password, biometric) for encryption/decryption
Has anyone done this type of thing with EFS, using Biometric logon? Has
anyone done this with another product (or combination of products)?