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Build a keystroke dynamics monitor with Perl and xev

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Learn how to use Perl, xev, and algorithms to monitor who is currently at the keyboard. Keystroke dynamics is a new field that enables identification of individuals through statistical analysis of their typing patterns. This article presents tools and code allowing you to move beyond a single application of keystroke dynamics, and monitor your entire X Window System environment continuously for characteristic patterns of the typist.
 read more | score:6870 | -jmalasko, October 15, 2008
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