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Identify and Verify Users Based on how they Type

LinucksGirl (1105803) writes | more than 6 years ago

GNOME 1

LinucksGirl (1105803) writes "Support user verification through keystroke-dynamics processing by modifying the GNOME Display Manager (GDM). Create and store a one-way encrypted hash of your keystroke patterns when entering your user name. Add code to GDM to read current keystroke patterns and permit a user to log in when the characteristics are a match."

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Doubt it (1)

Dallas Caley (1262692) | more than 6 years ago | (#22965388)

This reminds me of the hand scanning device that they use at my work instead of a time card. yea it's great for identifying someone, until they break their thumb!
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