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Researchers manage to transmit passwords through the human body

A group of researchers from the University of Washington has been doing several tests in individuals to transmit passwords using the human anatomy as a conductive channel of these.

Technically with this could store information within our beautiful bodies and then transmit it; the links produced would be unique per person. Them boys of Washington say that is would be of an of them forms more safe of use passwords u others data confidential without the fear of that these is filtered by the air and are intercepted as, for example, them networks Wi-Fi, in addition to be a method harmless to our body.

How does it work? The passwords are sent through the body using transmissions of low frequency generated by sensors of tracks digital and devices with sensors touch of use daily (smartphones, notebooks, etc); the signal is then sent to another device to activate it. Used graphic example (image above) sent a password using a signal produced by the smartphone through the finger; with the other hand, the received signal can open a door equipped with a smart device knob. Tests conducted so far with 10 subjects of different physical shapes and in all cases the results were positive.

Other projected applications would send information to smartwatches, keys, readers of glucose and other devices used for health. The Washington research team is very proud of these achievements, since they applied non-conventional applications to existing technology that was not taking the necessary advantage and that could completely change the way in which it interacts with objects of everyday life.

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