A week after Apple releases the iPhone X, a Vietnamese security firm, Bkav, says the new phone with the facial recognition software isn't as safe as the claims being made by Apple. The company shows in a video with a mask that they can fool the phone into letting them sign in by pointing the phone at a mask. They also claim to use a paper cutout, but have not released the video of proof.

According to WIRED! people shouldn't be alarmed just yet because of the time and effort used in hacking the software. One thing that may have people worried is that this could be used for people in power, such as leaders of countries or security firms, billionaires, and company phones that may have secrets on them.

Here's the video.