Verification and Identification
Mofiria supports two types of authentication method, 1:1 verification and 1:N identification. You can use either method depending on your needs. For example, when you put a priority on accuracy or security level, you may want to choose 1:1 verification. Otherwise, when you put a priority on usability, you should choose 1:N identification.
1:1 Authentication (Verification)
1:1 authentication (verification) is a method that specifies a template for the person to be authenticated and compares with their actual finger (vein) placed on the FVA device. It is much better method than 1:N authentication in accuracy and security, while user-friendliness is inferior.
1:N Authentication (Identification)
1:N authentication (identification) picks up one person from up to 1000 pre-enrolled templates just by placing a finger on the FVA device. This method has superior user-friendliness as no specification is needed.
1:N authentication provided by mofiria
The following table is the specification for 1:N authentication library module provided by mofiria:
|SDK model number||MSDK-SAS-10N|
|Supported device||FVA-U3SX, FVA-M2ST, FVA-U4BT|
|Interface||USB, RS-232C, Bluetooth|
|Supported server OS||Windows, CentOS|
|Remark||Authentication in server only
Supports up to 1:1000