How quickly did you type that password?

Monday, 23 April 2007, 3:23 PM EST

The speed at which you type may now be used to determine whether you are allowed to view your bank account details or use other online services.

A US company is aiming to reduce the risk of identity theft by introducing ‘bio-security’ to passwords, meaning that users would have to type their user name and password with consistent speed in order to be logged in.

At the Times Online.

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