Slide Show: The Coolest Hacks Of 2013A look back at some of the year's most extreme, creative, and -- in some cases -- just plain bizarre hacks by security researchers
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Researchers at UC-Berkeley took biometric authentication to another level this year, using brainwaves as a replacement for the password. Researchers used wireless headsets with embedded EEG sensors to study whether brainwave signals of users performing specific tasks could be matched to the correct individual. The researchers were able to match the brainwave signals with 99 percent accuracy.
Source: University of California-Berkeley
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