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 July 31, 2015  Online, Surveillance

Justin Lee reports:

Security researchers have developed a Chrome browser extension that is designed to outwit websites which use keyboard behaviour biometrics to authorize the identities of users, in an effort to raise awareness about the behavioural biometric technology and its potential privacy risks, according to a report by Tripwire.

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KeyboardPrivacy is a proof-of-concept Chrome extension which enables users to disguise their typing to make it appear as though it is someone else’s to protect their privacy.

Read more on BiometricUpdate.com.

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