Hacking Your Brain



Computer security expert Tadayoshi Kohno says that biotechnology that has a neural interface, such as advanced prosthetic limbs, may make the brain accessible to hackers in the future:

In some cases, patients might even want to hack into their own neural device. Unlike devices to control prosthetic limbs, which still use wires, many deep brain stimulators already rely on wireless signals. Hacking into these devices could enable patients to “self-prescribe” elevated moods or pain relief by increasing the activity of the brain’s reward centers.

Despite the risks, Kohno said, most new devices aren’t created with security in mind. Neural engineers carefully consider the safety and reliability of new equipment, and neuroethicists focus on whether a new device fits ethical guidelines. But until now, few groups have considered how neural devices might be hijacked to perform unintended actions. This is the first time an academic paper has addressed the topic of “neurosecurity,” a term the group coined to describe their field.


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Seriously, it's not the brain getting hacked, its the device that interfaces with the brain. So, the worst that could happen would be the limits of what the device could do to the brain. Weird sensory input would probably be the height of it, and that would only be if the hardware wasn't manufactured so that the max-output of such things were kept at a safe level.

People wouldn't be able to 'hack' your memories, personalitiy, etc. But depending on how much 'input' the device has to your mind, it might be able to do some unpleasent things.

Think of it like someone hacking your computer. They have aceess to the device your eyes interact with (the monitor), but not your eyes themselves.
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