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Anonymous 2019-01-09 19:37:06 File: 7647687654323465785346787.jpg (48.045kb, 320x240)
How can i change my fingerprints ?
Anonymous2019-01-22 07:19:43File: tmp_14113-143605786265676821194355.jpeg (29.147kb, 476x480)
If you keep one of your thumbs up your ass like you probably always do ! That should take care of one finger.
Anonymous2019-01-24 20:44:05File: Fat-residue-from-fingerprint.png (30.673kb, 150x113)
In order to fake a fingerprint, one needs an original first. Latent fingerprints are nothing but fat
and sweat on touched items. Thus to retrieve someone elses fingerprint (in this case the
fingerprint you want to forge) one should rely on well tested forensic research methods.
Which is what's to be explained here .( Figure 1: Fat residue from fingerprint)
Anonymous2019-01-24 20:44:36File: Visualisation-with-graphite-powder.png (27.73kb, 150x113)
A good source of originals for our counterfeits are glasses, doorknobs and glossy paper. The
standard method of forensic research makes them visible: Sprinkling it with colored powder,
which sticks to the fat (Figure 2: Visualisation with graphite powder)
Anonymous2019-01-24 20:45:05File: Visualisation-with-superglue.png (36.258kb, 150x113)

Another solution involves Cyanoacrylat, the main ingredient of superglue. A small amount
thereof is poured into a bottlecap, which is then turned upside down and put over the
fingerprint. (Figure 3: Visualisation with superglue)
Anonymous2019-01-24 20:45:26File: Print-after-Cyanacrylate-processing.png (36.811kb, 150x113)
The Cyanoacrylat gasses out and reacts with the fat residue to a solid, white substance
(Figure 4: Print after Cyanacrylate processing)
Anonymous2019-01-24 20:47:04File: Digitalising-the-print.png (36.462kb, 150x113)
The further treatment involves scanning/photographing (Figure 5: Digitalising the print) and a bit of graphical
refurbishment (Figure 6: Brushing up the image of the print).
Anonymous2019-01-24 20:48:03File: Wood-glue-for-the-dummy.png (35.017kb, 150x113)
The goal is to get an exact image of the fingerprint, for further use as mold, out of which the dummy is made. The easiest way is to print the image on a transparency slide (the ones
normally used for an overhead projector) with a laser printer. The toner forms a relief, which
is later used similar to letter press printing. Wood glue is suitable for producing the dummy
(Figure 7: Wood glue for the dummy)
Anonymous2019-01-24 20:48:37File: Covering-the-dummy-with-wood-glue.png (21.527kb, 150x113)
A small dash of glycerene may be used to optimize humidity and workability. After thorough
mixing, the dummy gets coated with a thin layer of the compound (Figure 8: Covering the dummy with wood glue,9: Glue layer on the printout).
Anonymous2019-01-24 20:49:12File: Dummy-ready-to-use.png (24.522kb, 150x113)
After the glue has dried (Figure 10: Hardened glue), it is pulled off the foil (Figure 11: Dummy, ready to use) and is cut to finger size.
Anonymous2019-01-24 20:49:41File: The-new-identity-is-ready.png (30.982kb, 150x113)
Theatrical glue is used to glue the dummy onto the own finger (Figure 12: The new identity is ready!).

The new identity is ready!
Anonymous2019-03-16 01:58:48
Oops looks like a nice thread

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