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Your Facebook photos and can be used to circumvent facial recognition systems

Biometric identification is making great strides in recent years as a new method that enhance security-complementing passwords. And the facial recognition is one of the latest trends used by some of the largest technology companies to unlock our phones and computers.

But a group of researchers from the University of North Carolina (UNC) in the United States, has developed an attack with which they could skip this type of security systems. All you have to do is take some of the many personal photos shared on social networks and create a sufficiently detailed to deceive 3D model of our face.