Thursday, May 10, 2007

Article: Keystrokes Are Us

eWeek reports: "What I like about keystroke authentication as a biometric factor is that it uses something that is already built in to every user's PC: a keyboard. This eliminates the need to, for example, retrofit field-deployed PCs with a fingerprint reader—ditto for laptops—because the keyboard"

This is an interesting product, instead of using extra hardware that most computers don't have (such as a fingerprint reader, retina scanner, etc.). This software records the characteristic of your keystrokes and factors them into your password.
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