Desktop/Whiteboards/FingerprintAuthentication

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See [[Features/Fingerprint]] for a related feature page.
 
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= Use cases =
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* User wants to use the fingerprint reader, and enroll his fingerprints, or remove some fingerprints from the database
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* Administrator wants to enroll fingerprints for a particular user, or remove fingerprints for a particular user
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* Laptop/desktop authentication:
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** Check for fingerprint devices
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** Check whether a particular user has any fingerprints enrolled
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** Verify a fingerprint for a particular user, or, if the device supports it, verify that the fingerprint matches against any of the fingerprints enrolled
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* Point Of Sale authentication (in a bar, the fingerprint reader is used to see who accesses a particular point of sale/till, in place of PIN code authentication and/or tokens):
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** Given a list of users, verify which one has scanned their finger

Latest revision as of 15:28, 29 October 2008

See Features/Fingerprint for a related feature page.

[edit] Use cases

  • User wants to use the fingerprint reader, and enroll his fingerprints, or remove some fingerprints from the database
  • Administrator wants to enroll fingerprints for a particular user, or remove fingerprints for a particular user
  • Laptop/desktop authentication:
    • Check for fingerprint devices
    • Check whether a particular user has any fingerprints enrolled
    • Verify a fingerprint for a particular user, or, if the device supports it, verify that the fingerprint matches against any of the fingerprints enrolled
  • Point Of Sale authentication (in a bar, the fingerprint reader is used to see who accesses a particular point of sale/till, in place of PIN code authentication and/or tokens):
    • Given a list of users, verify which one has scanned their finger