German security researchers SYSS have published a series of videos showing how they tricked Windows 10's face authentication, known as Hello Windows, with a photo. The Surface includes an "enhanced anti-spoofing" feature specifically created to block Windows Hello bypasses.
Security researchers fooled Windows Hello face identification with this crayon colored printed photo.
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"Microsoft added the necessary OS and browser changes in their Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and our engineers integrated against those APIs to complete the video player work".
A key element of the attack appears to be taking a headshot of the authenticated user with the near-infrared (IR) camera.
If so, you're potentially at risk of having your computer unlocked by an attacker holding a modified low resolution laser-printed photograph of you in front of your webcam. However, anti-spoofing proved ineffective with the Anniversary Update in SYSS' testing.
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The research supports the theory that certain biometric security mechanisms may not be as secure as once thought. If a user were to update from an older version like 1607 without reconfiguring Hello, then they will still be vulnerable to the attack.