These spoofers claim that they tricked Face ID with a simple mask

When Face ID was announced back in September, many shared their concerns regarding the new feature’s possible limitations. Though Apple assured users that Face ID would be extremely difficult to deceive, everyone from security researchers to pranksters have been waiting with bated breath for the iPhone X to be released so they could test that claim.Now, just a week after people actually started getting their hands on Apple’s new flagship model, Vietnamese security firm Bkav announced in a blog post it has successfully spoofed Face ID with a fairly rudimentary mask.Andy Greenberg of Wired addressed the claims in more detail: On Friday, Vietnamese security firm Bkav released a blog post and video showing that—by all appearances—they’d cracked Face ID with a composite mask of 3-D-printed plastic, silicone, makeup, and simple paper cutouts, which in combination tricked an iPhone X into unlocking

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These spoofers claim that they tricked Face ID with a simple mask