The sound of skulls are new biometric IDs
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With personal security proliferating, from glasses that thwart facial recognition to methods for sharing accounts without revealing security codes, typed passwords are quickly becoming a thing of the past, replaced instead by methods of biometric user identification. SkullConduct is one of the newest methods of physiological authentication. Developed by researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Informatics in Germany, the University of Saarland, and the University of Stuttgart, SkullConduct uses sound waves to identify users via the unique pattern of vibrations produced by their skull. Most eyewear computers, including Google Glass, are unprotected, making the owner’s personal data available to…
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