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Brain Scan Passwords Touted As Latest in Cybersecurity

'AP Editor’s Note: We’ve reported extensively on U.S. government investment in neuroscience (mind control) via its BRAIN initiative, as well as its European counterpart called the Human Brain Project. Arguably, some of the research being done is well-intentioned. However, as Truthstream Media has extensively documented in their new full-length film THE MINDS OF MEN, the origins of U.S. government and military research into the human brain has been anything but benevolent.

Moreover, we are continuously reassured about how secure the latest technology is; yet, strangely, the newest technology makes a point to highlight the failings of the old — in this case biometrics — even as the last generation is still in use and is rolled out in ever-more invasive ways. Spam_A Spam_B Giving direct access to our brains is highly inadvisable, but it’s certainly worth knowing what is currently being researched in the halls of science as it is sure to be rolled out incrementally in the near future. In fact ,China, as we previously reported, already is well on its way toward practical brain scanning as it has begun brain wave monitoring in the workplace and military. Perhaps the U.S. is now only playing catch-up…

Your brain is an inexhaustible source of secure passwords – but you might not have to remember anything. Passwords and PINs with letters and numbers are relatively easily hacked, hard to remember and generally insecure. Biometrics are starting to take their place, with fingerprints, facial recognition and retina scanning becoming common even in routine logins for computers, smartphones and other common devices.

They’re more secure because they’re harder to fake, but biometrics have a crucial vulnerability: A person only has one face, two retinas and 10 fingerprints. They represent passwords that can’t be reset if they’re compromised.'

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