Biometric authentication allows you to unlock your device and its apps. Instead of entering your PIN—or your Master Password if you did not enable PIN protection—to unlock Dashlane, Dashlane can read your biometrics and unlock the app.
The option to enable the system authentication prompts is hidden behind the chrome://flags/#enable-autofill-credit-card-authentication flag. When you toggle it on Android, you'll see a new option in Settings -> Payment methods called Screen lock.
Enable biometrics in the Android settings
iPhone and iPad Pro and the TrueDepth camera system have been thoroughly tested and meet international safety standards.
iOS. Sticky Password supports fingerprint and facial authentication on iOS devices. You can unlock your password database on iOS smartphones and tablets using Touch ID or Face ID recognition.
Biometric authentication for iOS applications is implemented using the Local Authentication Framework. The key class within this framework is the LAContext class which, among other tasks, is used to evaluate the authentication abilities of the device on which the application is running and perform the authentication.
Biometric Locking/Unlocking is a service that allows an Aadhaar holder to lock and temporarily unlock their biometrics. This facility aims to strengthen privacy and confidentiality of Resident's Biometrics Data.
Unlike passwords or PINs, biometrics aren't saved in the network or passed around between devices and servers. Instead, biometrics protect other authentication information — usually a digital certificate or private key — and it's this protected information that is actually used to verify the user.
The Android framework includes support for face and fingerprint biometric authentication. Android can be customized to support other biometric modalities (such as Iris). However, biometric integration will depend on biometric security, not modality.
Biometrics is the measurement of physiological characteristics like – but not limited to – fingerprint, iris patterns, or facial features that can be used to identify an individual.
Storing biometric data on a device – like the iPhone's TouchID or Face ID – is considered safer than storing it with a service provider, even when the data is encrypted. That risk is similar to that of a password database, in which hackers may breach the system and steal data that's not effectively secured.