Friday, June 09, 2006

Add Fingerprint Scan-based Security to Your .NET Applications Today

It wasn't all that long ago that biometric authentication seemed like the kind of sci-fi technology that might never be practical outside of top-secret government laboratories. But believe it or not, you can build a fingerprint scanner into any .NET application you like just by following these simple instructions.

1 comment:

Naty said...

I have downloaded and compiled all the files, i connected the microsoft fingerprint reader to my computer, but i didn't see how it works with the code source because i always recive an exception (System.NullReferenceException) in the line of the Util.vb in the section of err = _GFingerX.Initialize()
If err < 0 Then Return err
Return _GrFingerX.CapInitialize()
Has anybody the same problem? what am i doing wrong?