HSBC was warned shortly after it started offering voice recognition security that it could potentially be cracked HSBC's voice recognition security system has been cracked by a journalist using his twin brother to mimic him in an experiment that underlines warnings that relying on voice recognition alone is insecure.
Jedward could be bad for HSBC banking, and everyone, in generalHSBC'S VOICE RECNOGITION security system can be spoofed by someone who sounds a lot like the actual customer, the BBC has found. The Beeb did this by getting one of its journalist who has a twin and making that twin commit a fraud on a bank by pretending to be his brother and talking a bit like him. It's quite alarming that it is as simple as that, but apparently it is.
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