In one day, 92 percent of all matches were false positives.
And they've been around for nearly 20 years.
Move over, palm readers.
The digitizing efforts hope to solve "the online identity problem."
The new protocol forces potential attackers to reveal their presence to the message's recipient.
The company's CEO claims users can "fully control all the information which goes through this mobile device."
Quantum key distributions networks are still subject to "blinding attacks."
Are we paying enough attention to the security of devices connected to the Internet of Things?
With brain-computer interfaces already on the market, what are the risks?
All audio evidence may now be inadmissible.
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