The tape that beat Japan’s fingerprint scanning machines
TBS News gives us a look at the tape that several South Koreans supposedly used to fool the fingerprint scanning machines at Japanese immigration checkpoints:
Brokers sold them for high prices, but it only cost about 68 yen and a day of work to create the silicon fingerprint tape. South Korean police are in the process of investigating the scheme and finding out who was behind it.
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