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Submission + - Patients' Heartbeat Could Work as Anti-Hacking Password for Implants (gizmag.com) 1

Zothecula writes: Remotely hacking a pacemaker or insulin pump should be impossible, but sadly it isn't. It puts the millions of people who use wireless medical implants at potential risk. Researchers at Rice University believe they have a solution: a touch-based device that will use a person's own heartbeat as a password to permit or deny access to their implant.
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Patients' Heartbeat Could Work as Anti-Hacking Password for Implants

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