jeudi 29 octobre 2015

Using a fingerprint to Authenticate to Remote Servers

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The release of Marshmallow brought with it the ability to use fingerprints to authenticate a user’s identity. If you’re a developer making an application that features online purchasing, then you might be interested in learning how to implement an asymmetric keypair in order to grab a public key to store in your server’s backend, allowing you to authenticate future purchases using only the customer’s fingerprint.

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