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CAMSODA IS OFFERING PRT TO LOCK YOUR SHIT UP — PENIS RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY

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In case you didn’t know, your dick is as unique as your retina or fingerprint, so it is a perfect body part for security. CamSoda.com is putting this fact to good use and offering password protection, using your penis — penis recognition technology or PRT for short. They are calling it “Dick-ometrics.” CamSoda Vice President Darren Press gave an interview talking about how it all works. The biggest question, of course, is how safe is your dick picture for recognition purposes. Darren said, “The pictures are encrypted. Our team has worked tirelessly to ensure Dick-ometrics is satisfactory and completely safe. We understand people’s sensitivities and would never do anything to jeopardize their confidentiality. Dick-ometrics is being introduced to help ensure their confidentiality, not the other way around. The original picture someone takes is used to create a hashed datastore, but is never kept in an image format. Once we have the attributes of the user’s penis, we are able to authenticate it.” And the only question after that is, once you drop your pants and flash your dick, does it work? “Right now it identifies penises with a confidence of about 76 percent. The goal is to get it above 95 percent. The differences in the penile state, however, make this more difficult. Girth, length, curve, vascularity are all affected by the level of arousal. At the moment, we are focusing on erect penises as our go-to for login.” Maybe the FBI will catch on and use this as a way to secure our secrets against Russian hackers.

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XHAMSTER HACKED

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After AdultFriendFinder.com was hacked earlier this year, we thought the worst was over. But now there is news that xHamster.com has been hacked and hackers have allegedly exposed the details of 380,000 users (though that is only 3% of the registered users). Hackers leaked a database that reportedly contain hundreds of thousands of usernames and email address. Motherboard.com analyzed the list and found “40 email addresses belonging to the US Army, and 30 related to various US, UK, and other countries’ government bodies.” This news means that hundreds of thousands of porn users may potentially be subject to having their personal information and viewing habits revealed. xHamster, however, is denying that any users’ private information is vulnerable. “We cannot validate that the emails are real and we don’t believe that this is a genuine database,” a spokesman said. “The passwords of all xHamster users are properly encrypted, so it is almost impossible to hack them. Thus, all the passwords are safe and the users data secured. The integrity of our user data is secure. Passwords are encrypted and impossible to hack.” But Motherboard questioned these claims. Either way, you might just want to check your xHamster account.

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CLOSE TO HALF OF MILLENNIALS WOULD GIVE UP SEX TO AVOID BEING HACKED

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According to an online survey of over 2,000 U.S. adults conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Dashlane, an online identity and password management company, nearly four in ten Americans — 39% — would sacrifice sex for one year if it meant they never had to worry about being hacked, having their identity stolen, or their accounts breached. Millennials were even more willing to give up sex. Some 43% of millennials would trade in sex for online safety. Apparently, people are having really bad sex. The study also showed, that while people want security, they are pretty free with their passwords. Emmanuel Schalit, CEO of Dashlane, said that 64% of those aged 18-34 showed themselves to be “more trusting” than their older counterparts, saying they’ve shared or received passwords to other people’s accounts, in contrast to 37% of those 35 and older who said they’d shared passwords. “The youngest people in our sample tend to be more trusting than older people for all sorts of reasons,” said Emmanuael. “In part that has to do with having a different attitude toward life [as a result] of both being younger and having been born in an age when the internet already existed.” There is a reason why Millennials are willing to trade online security for sex, because being online is how must are having sex, so it’s really a fair trade in the end.

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