Most people, at least at first glace, don't believe that keystroke recognition--a security technique where a person can be identified by how they type--works. So BioPassword next week will give the public the opportunity to crack it.
The Issaquah Wash.-based company will set up a Web site next week touting the technology and its virtues. People also, naturally, get a chance on the site to try to fool it. Go to the company's Web site (click above) to try it out.
CEO Mark Upson says good luck.
"It has a 95 percent accuracy range," he … Read more