A researcher claims to have unlocked an iPhone X by defeating Face ID with a custom $150 mask (AAPL)

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Business Insider—Reuters A Vietnamese cybersecurity firm says it can unlock an iPhone X with Face ID using a custom mask.  It's the first reported case of researchers apparently defeating the Face ID feature.   Apple says the probability of a random person unlocking an iPhone X is 1-in-a-million.  An announcement on Friday by Bkav, a Vietnamese cybersecurity firm, saying it had cracked Apple’s Face ID with a video that shows an iPhone being unlocked when pointed at a mask, was greeted with some...

Researchers Claim They Can Dupe iPhone X Face ID With a Mask. For about $150, researchers at Bkav Corporation designed a mask they said is able to unlock an iPhone X using Face ID. Did they prove Apple wrong?