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+ - DARPA wants to get rid of password protection->

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coondoggie
coondoggie writes "Researchers from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency will next week detail a new program it hopes will develop technology to dramatically change computer system security authorization. The program, called Active Authentication, looks to develop technology that goes way beyond today's use of hard to remember password protection and determine identity through "use of software applications that can determine identity through the activities the user normally performs," DARPA said."
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