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Hack-proof hardware to replace passwords

Written by   •  Thursday, 13.08.2015, 09:06
Hack-Proof Hardware

Today, a person’s entire life essentially lives on the Internet—from their credit card information to family photos. Creating a bulletproof program to protect this information has been somewhat of a daunting task for developers–until now. A German startup named JAR is developing a coin-sized device that will replace passwords and be essentially, hack-proof. “Developers of the JAR think their system is impossible to break in a lifetime. Their estimates say a hacker needs six quadrillion years to hack an account secured by JAR.” Those seem like pretty good odds of keeping information secure. Think anything is unhackable? Read more about JAR here:

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David Wertheimer is the President of Digital at FOX.

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