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Use Your Eyes, Voice and Thoughts to Replace Passwords

Bottom Line IT
August 22, 2016 3:00 PM

login-1203603_960_720.pngFor three years, Professor John Chuang, co-director of Berkeley University's BioSENSE Lab, and his graduate students have been working to identify people through their brainwaves. The result is called a passthought, and it could eventually become the ultimate personal ID protector. Security software company Kaspersky Lab, for example, found that nearly a quarter of the consumers it surveyed used just five passwords for almost 20 accounts. For hackers, this is the gift that keeps on giving, since the weak and recycled passwords they steal will unlock even more websites they can loot. Full article HERE

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