Voice authentication

Voice authentication is the process of verifying the identity of a user by analyzing their voice. This can be done by analyzing the unique characteristics of an individual’s voice, such as the pitch, timbre, and cadence. Voice authentication can be used to verify the identity of a user when they are trying to access a … Read more

Tailgating (piggybacking)

Tailgating (piggybacking) is the act of following someone into a restricted area without proper authorization. This can be done by physically following someone through a door or gate, or by using their badge to gain access to a secured area. Tailgating is a serious security risk because it allows unauthorized people to gain access to … Read more


Mimikatz is a tool that allows an attacker to gain access to credentials that are stored on a system. The tool can be used to retrieve passwords, hashes, and other sensitive information. Mimikatz can also be used to bypass security measures such as two-factor authentication. Is Mimikatz a malware? Mimikatz is not a malware. It … Read more

EMV card

An EMV card is a type of credit or debit card that uses the EMV standard for authentication and authorization. EMV cards are also known as “chip cards” or “smart cards.” EMV cards are equipped with a microchip that stores information about the cardholder and the card issuer. This information is used to authenticate the … Read more

Capacitive scanner

A capacitive scanner is a device used to detect and measure the capacitance of an object. Capacitance is the ability of a material to store an electric charge. The capacitance of an object is affected by its size, shape, and composition. Capacitive scanners are used in a variety of applications, including fingerprinting, security, and industrial … Read more

Credential stuffing

Credential stuffing is a type of cyber attack in which stolen usernames and passwords are used to gain unauthorized access to a variety of online accounts. This type of attack is often automated, making it easy for attackers to gain access to a large number of accounts with little effort. Credential stuffing is a serious … Read more

Enhanced driver’s license (EDL)

Enhanced driver’s licenses (EDLs) are a type of driver’s license that allows the holder to cross the border into the United States from Canada, Mexico, or Bermuda without the need for a passport or other travel document. EDLs are issued by states that have been approved by the Department of Homeland Security to participate in … Read more

Website security question

A website security question is a question that is asked by a website in order to verify the identity of a user. The question is typically used to recover a lost password or to gain access to a restricted area of the website. Website security questions are often personal in nature, such as “What is … Read more

Selfie pay authentication

Selfie pay authentication is a method of authenticating a user’s identity using a selfie. This can be done by taking a picture of oneself using a camera or smartphone, or by using a pre-existing image. The selfie is then compared to a database of images, and if there is a match, the user is authenticated. … Read more


Physiognomy is the practice of judging a person’s character or personality from their appearance, especially their face. It can also be used to refer to the general appearance of a person, object, or place. What is physiognomy in psychology? Physiognomy is the study of facial features and their supposed relationship to personality and psychological traits. … Read more