Mouse jitters give away fraudsters

Thursday, 1 June 2006, 3:12 AM EST

Online fraudsters might want to try some method acting classes before they attempt to log in to an online banking session using a stolen user name and password. New technology from Fair Isaac claims to be able to spot fishy Web sessions by, among other things, comparing mouse movements and typing mannerisms with those of the account holder.

At InfoWorld.

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