Researchers have shown how to teach a password subconsciously, then pluck it back out.
Female fairy wrens teach bird embryos a special note. They can also pass on bird memes to their young.
Good ol' 1234 accounts for about 10 percent of passwords. That's more than the bottom 4,200 combinations put together.
Usually it’s a problem when you can’t remember a password. But in this particular case, it’s by design. A new...
Don't worry about passwords, fingerprints, retina scans -- your brain is unique
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