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Capture user fingerprint and save in database: Capture fingerprint from Secgen H20 device in PHP application

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Capture user fingerprint and save in database

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Picture of Taha Jee by Taha Jee - 2 months ago (2022-11-23)

Capture fingerprint from Secgen H20 device in PHP application

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I must capture the user fingerprint from the Secgen H20 device in the Laravel PHP web application. Then save it to DB from fingerprint matching and user identification and authentication.

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  • 2. Picture of adam berger by adam berger - 2 months ago (2022-11-23) Reply

    Javascript clean + Laravel

    Once I did something similar and I had to use javascript entered into laravel from what I remember there had to be an enter detected in the device itself reading the fingerprint. When the fingerprint was read, the device itself ended with enter and then you compared the data read from the database in javascrypt itself. Don't forget to obfuscate the javascript code on the website itself, it can be dangerous. Good luck

    • 1. Picture of Manuel Lemos by Manuel Lemos - 2 months ago (2022-11-23) Reply

      Usually, fingerprint capture happens on the user device side.

      I am not a specialist in this topic but what I read is that you can develop an application using Cordova or Flutter and use a plugin for fingerprint capture for Cordova or Flutter and integrate the results of the capture with PHP code on the server side to associate each fingerprint with the user password hash that you store on the application database that PHP uses.

      So far, I have not seen any class for this purpose. Maybe one of our colleagues can develop and publish one class for the PHP side of the fingerprint authentication solution.

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      Picture of Saro Carvello by Saro Carvello Reputation 430 - 1 month ago (2022-12-17) Comment

      You can build a reader using C# (google fingerprint-scanner-csharp) then store data using a database or sending to a message broker or WebSocket (look at the documentation of recommended package to see a WebSocket example) to real-time notify your PHP application.


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