Samsung Warns of Huge Galaxy S10 and Note 10 Security Risk
If you own either of these devises mentioned above, you need to see what's at risk in this warning from Samsung.
The company announced on Friday that if you unlock your device with a fingerprint, that device is not as protected as you'd like it to be.
The smartphones can be fooled into accepting fingerprint residue left behind on screen protectors, according to wifr.com.
Samsung would like to do what you probably did as soon as you read the previous sentences, REMOVE YOUR SCREEN PROTECTOR.
In the meantime, Samsung is working on the fix to include in a future software update, which will likely arrive soon.