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Security Researchers Inject DNA with Malware — But Don’t Panic Yet

Between startups like 23andMe, makers of an at-home saliva-based DNA kit that promises to help users learn more about their health and family history, and Embark Veterinary, which helps pet owners and breeders learn about ancestry and disease risk of dogs through saliva swabs, DNA testing is having a bit of a moment. But beyond the consumer craze for DNA testing, there is now an interesting example of how DNA is being used in security research.

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