You'll be using a fingerprint to start your car soon

With many key fobs vulnerable to hacking unless they are, say, wrapped with aluminum foil, security experts say carmakers will soon require fingerprinting.

You heard correctly.

Fingerprints are required to cash checks at the bank.

Fingerprints are used to access mobile phones.

Cars are next. Not just to open the door, but to start the engine.

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