Replacing passwords with ‘passthoughts’


Remembering the passwords for all your sites can get  frustrating. There are only so many punctuation, number substitutes and  upper case variations you can recall, and writing them down for all to  find is hardly an option.

Thanks to researchers at the University of California,  Berkeley School of Information, you may not need to type those pesky  passwords in the future. Instead, you’ll only need to think them.

By measuring brainwaves with biosensor technology,  researchers are able to replace passwords with “passthoughts” for  computer authentication. More. . .


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