Will we ever have technology that completely prevents identity theft?
When credit card companies first rolled out chip cards, my coworker, who went to school for Information Technology, told me they will eventually figure out how to crack the chips. And today, stores sell RFID wallets, which are supposed to block thieves from scanning your card while it’s inside your pocket! But how long before they find their way around that?
- motivatedjay_c0mLv 57 months ago
Nope because if there is a will then there is a way... One big chess game between the power of the human minds
- Holy VengeanceLv 57 months ago
Possibly and probably not. Bad guys are clever, hard to take down, and a hell of a lot harder to keep down after all.Source(s): Common Sense!
- NeverLv 77 months ago
No but it should get harder.
- Anonymous7 months ago
Very soon when they combine biological makeup with computers. Until then we are still vulnerable
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- 7 months ago
No,we wont.We will always develop better stuff,then thieves will make stuff to get around our stuff and the cycle goes onward
- megalomaniacLv 77 months ago
Any technology that can be used to safeguard information can be used to steal it. It's kind of like an arms race between armor and armor piercing weapons.
- StooLv 77 months ago
It's always a cat and mouse game - one side increases security, the other finds loopholes around it. Where there's a will there's a way. Nothing is 100% secure.