Last week, a report surfaced that British Galaxy S10 user, Lisa Neilson discovered a fingerprint scanner vulnerability that would let anyone access her device through a vulnerability with the ultra-sonic fingerprint sensor.

Cheap silicone screen protectors have dot matrices so the clear protector wouldn’t stick to the smooth glass. This caused a malfunction with the ultra-sonic in-display fingerprint sensor. In practice, enrolling your fingerprint doesn’t work through such a case, except it did. It was enrolling the pattern on the silicone cover and not from a user’s finger, so when…

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