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Genetic privacy attack could reveal DNA secrets from genealogy sites


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Genetic privacy attack could reveal DNA secrets from genealogy sites

Technology 24 October 2019 By Adam Vaughan Researchers are concerned about genetic privacyTerry Waller / Alamy Stock PhotoAttackers could reveal most of the genetic information for millions of people whose DNA is held on genetic genealogy databases by exploiting how the websites work. Michael Edge and Graham Coop at the University of California, Davis, have…

Genetic privacy attack could reveal DNA secrets from genealogy sites


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24 October 2019

By Adam Vaughan

Researchers are concerned about genetic privacy

Researchers are concerned about genetic privacy

Terry Waller / Alamy Stock Photo

Attackers could reveal most of the genetic information for millions of people whose DNA is held on genetic genealogy databases by exploiting how the websites work.

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Michael Edge and Graham Coop at the University of California, Davis, have described three different methods by which DNA data could be compromised. They have serious concerns about the genetic privacy for the more than 5 million users of genetic genealogy services including MyHeritage, GEDmatch, FamilyTreeDNA, LivingDNA and DNA.Land.

These database sites allow people who have had their DNA tested by companies …

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