In face verification applications, precision rate and identifying liveness are two key factors. Traditional methods usually recognize global faces and can not gain good enough results when the faces are captured from different ages, or there are some interference factors, such as facial shade, etc. Besides, the false face attack will pose a great security risk. To solve the above problems, this ... [Show full abstract] study examines how to achieve reliable living face verification based on Multi-CNNs (convolutional neural networks) and Bayes probability. Participants are required to make several expressions in random orders and contents, to ensure their liveness. Then, an effective component-based method is proposed for face recognition, and synthesized multiple CNNs can help reflecting intensities of different components. Eventually, the similarity between faces is calculated by integrating the results of each CNN, with the help of Bayes probability. Comparative experiments demonstrate that our algorithm outperforms traditional methods in face recognition accuracy. Moreover, our algorithm has unique preponderance in that it can verify the liveness of users, which can achieve higher security.