According to Randall Stross, writing in the New York Times, we may eventually be able to safely enter a Web site without needing a password: “Imagine sitting down at your work keyboard, typing in your user name, and starting work right away — no password needed. That’s a vision that the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, part of the Defense Department, wants to turn into a reality. It will distribute research funds to develop software that determines, just by the way you type, that you are indeed the person you say you are.”

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