[SecurityWeek] Vulnerability in IDEMIA Biometric Readers Allows Hackers to Unlock Doors

A critical vulnerability impacting multiple IDEMIA biometric identification devices can be exploited to unlock doors and turnstiles.

Because of this security defect, if the TLS protocol is not activated, an attacker in the network can send specific commands without authentication to open doors or turnstiles directly operated by a vulnerable device.

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