No. ekey does not store any fingerprints. The biometric features of the original finger print, such as unique points, line ends, forks in the lines, etc., are used to produce a pattern (template). This template is converted into a unique binary number code by means of a patented software algorithm developed in-house. It is then stored and used each time for comparison.
The stored number code cannot be converted back into a fingerprint. This means that the original fingerprint cannot be reproduced.
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