Greyware refers to a malicious software or code that is considered to fall in the “grey area” between normal software and a virus. Greyware is a term for which all other malicious or annoying software such as adware, spyware, trackware, and other malicious shareware fall under.
Brain fingerprinting is a controversial technique that is advocated as a way to identify a terrorist or other dangerous person by measuring the “brainprint” of that person when shown a particular body of writing or an image that was previously familiar (such as of a training camp or manual). The brainprint is based on the P300 complex, a series of well-known brainwave components that can be measured. The technique is said to be more effective than a lie detector test.
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