SAN FRANCISCO — The things that make human beings unique — fingerprints, irises, facial features — have become the preferred way to sign on to banking accounts online or other sensitive websites, the newest solution to the problem of hackable and forgettable passwords.

But your fingerprints can be stolen, your photo replicated. Now cyber experts are looking at the next security step: cellphones and computers that actually recognize you from a variety of factors.

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