Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 90 KB
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows NT 4
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.0.2007.0 / 10 Sep 2002
The AuthenTec AES3500 TruePrint Sensor is a small form factor, low power sensor device that has been optimized for utilization in personal electronic devices like mobile phones, PDAs (personal digital assistants), mobile personal computers, and wireless applications. This device is capable of providing an incorporated USB (Universal Serial Bus) and supporting advanced USB power states which include the selective suspend state that effectively extends battery life on portable devices. This sensor device also implements the Power of Touch technology by AuthenTec. Power of Touch is capable of adding personalization, navigation, convenience and security with just a swipe of the finger. The AuthenTec AES3500 TruePrint Sensor device which leverages this technology can improve user experience and heighten the functionality of mobile phones, portable personal computers, and a host of other advanced devices. Ease of use and additional functionalities translates to competitive differentiation for AuthenTec’s developer clients who continually endeavor to introduce innovative products to growing and large markets.
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The AuthenTec AES3500 TruePrint Sensor device also makes use of the patented and proprietary TruePrint technology by AuthenTec. This technology utilizes low power radio frequency signals for reading beneath the surface of the skin to the layer of living skin where the real fingerprint is located. This sensor device can efficiently ready virtually every fingerprint at all times, regardless of a present skin condition. This sensor also implements pattern matching to provide users with best false reject/ false accept (FRR/ FAR) performance and images that are digitally signed. It can likewise employ the protocol challenge response among software and the sensor device. It makes use of fingerprint templates that are 256 bit AES encrypted. The AuthenTec AES3500 TruePrint Sensor device also has support for multifactor authentication by combining TPMs and smartcards among other devices with the sensor device. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AuthenTec AES3500 TruePrint Sensor errors before installing any driver updates.