Password protection is so outdated, welcome eyes, voice and thoughts

Using biometric technology, professors and students at the University of California, have been working on what they call ‘passthoughts’, which would eventually replace passwords as the mode of verification. ‘Passthoughts’ will read the pores in your skin, the sound of your voice and the folds of your ear to prove you are who you are.

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