The iPhone 5S doesn't hit the streets yet, but there's already more than $16,000 in cash offered to the first person to hack its Touch ID fingerprint sensor. IsTouchIDhackedyet.com is the brainchild ... more 
The iPhone 5S doesn't hit the streets yet, but there's already more than $16,000 in cash offered to the first person to hack its Touch ID fingerprint sensor. IsTouchIDhackedyet.com is the brainchild of Nick DePetrillo, an independent security researcher whose last major public research was 2010's Carmen San Diego Project. less 
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