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Using fingerprint biometrics for Intranet access.

Password security into an Intranet is often a username and password combination, giving you access to the material allowed. Using fingerprint authentication as access control to the Intranet gives heightened security to your Intranet information and documents.
With passwords and PINS, there are possible breaches in security, where passwords are being remembered, giving access then to anyone who uses you laptop or desktop. Cookies tend to remember passwords and without the correct security measures in place on the server, these can also hamper the security rather than help. Intoweb has put security measures in place on the servers to prevent this from happening.


Biometric fingerprint identification is thus a valuable tool to identify the intranet user and also to clock them in to the system, giving a validation check to users with access rights to a specific system.

Fingerprint authentication for Intranet is valuable especially in areas with increased security needs such as:

Payroll
Timesheets
Time and Attendance
• Control Panel applications
• Database management systems

How does fingerprint biometric authentication work?

The validation check is incorporated into the relevant page.

 

The Process Of Fingerprint Authentication for an Intranet user

  • Fingerprints are hosted on a secure server

  • Should the person not be logged in, the system directs them to the login page.

  • On the login page, the user is prompted as to find the area for the fingerprint area

  • During the registration process, fingerprints have been added to the intranet and linked to a username and ID

  • The client will use his or her browser to navigate to the required page on the secured server.

  • With a user ID, the user places their finger on the fingerprint reader.

  • The image of the scanned fingerprint is then shown on the login page to secure authentication by integrating fingerprint authentication with the intranet software

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