- Worry Meter: 95%
If we’re going to discuss the issues of voice recognition, we might as well reference fingerprint systems. While it used to be assumed every fingerprint was different, thus could be used by law enforcement to perfectly find a criminal, this was found to not be true. In fact, fingerprints can be very similar at times. That is especially true among family members. Yet currently, several of our cell phones have a button where we place one of our fingers to bypass security systems.
For example, the Apple iPhone introduced the fingerprint system in 2013. It is used to unlock your phone without needing to add in your security code. It also allows you to add usernames and passwords saved to the system to avoid typing… and memorization. But if someone wanted to, they could get your fingerprint from any surface you’ve ever touched. It’s really easy to do. They could then print it into a mold and use that print to unlock your phone and gain access to everything.