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Holy crap. Malware hidden in a strand of DNA hijacks the computer that analyzes that particular gene sequence.

Biohackers Encoded Malware in a Strand of DNA

Researchers planted a working hacker exploit in a physical strand of DNA.
Bob Jonkman 2 weeks ago from web
Oh wow! Now GMO companies can splice DRM in the DNA. https://www.wired.com/story/malware-dna-hack !scifi, for now...

Biohackers Encoded Malware in a Strand of DNA

Researchers planted a working hacker exploit in a physical strand of DNA.

Bob Jonkman 2 weeks ago from web
Or I infect myself with a bio-virus to alter my DNA with a malDNA sequence that crashes DNA sequencers so I can go on a crime spree without getting caught. #Muhahaha! More !scifi, courtesy of

Biohackers Encoded Malware in a Strand of DNA

Researchers planted a working hacker exploit in a physical strand of DNA.

Steve Dowe 2 weeks ago
I wonder if this technique will pave the way for sensitive information to be transported physically, instead of online?

Hypolite Petovan 2 weeks ago
It's the whole plot of the "Johnny Mnemonic" 1995 movie!

Adam Magness 2 weeks ago
He wouldn't have had worry about capacity so much, or shoehorn out his childhood if he could've used DNA though. Definitely would've been a much different movie without Ice-T and a Navy Dolphin ooh and Henry Rollins!!! :-)

Anne 2 weeks ago
Wow..wow

Thomas Willingham 2 weeks ago
Personally, I've always considered DNA malicious software.

Michael Vogel 2 weeks ago
Kill all DNA!

Michael_MD 1 week ago
probably a distraction

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