This Pill Is Your New Password

May 30, 2013 | Kyle Chayka

Yesterday, at the Wall Street Journal’s eleventh annual All Things Digital Conference, Regina Dugan of Motorola unveiled a new “vitamin” that when ingested is capable of storing your password data for later use.

The vitamin is ingested and “activated” naturally by your stomach acids to create a unique 18-bit signal — an instant password authentication enacted by simply by touching a surface of your device.

It’s already been swiftly approved of by the FDA. Cha-ching.

(Image: The Verge