By Susmita Baral


There’s room for error and mishaps with passwords and biometric sensors. People pick weak passwords and are susceptible to forgetting them. And biometric sensors are not as safe as you’d think. But new technology could be the answer: It’s called behavioral biometrics.

MarketWatch reported that behavioral biometrics does not use a body part as an identifier in a one-time scan. Instead, it uses intel from a user’s actions after they’ve secured access into the device. Factors like how much force they use on a keyboard and the rate at which they scroll.

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