Biohacking is a subset of Hacking concerned with gaining unauthorised access too, and control over, organic computer and neural systems. It is used by many different organisations for a wide variety of security and military purposes. The term is also often used, incorrectly, to refer to aspects of neurosurgery which interface with a patients neural system to force the body to aid a treatment.

Military Uses

The three most common applications for biohacking in warfare are interrogative hacking and mind control.

Interrogative hacking

The use of biohacking to extract information from a subject's mind against their will.

Mind Control

The use of biohacking to take complete control of a living organism, often to create pefectly obedient slaves or soldiers. Although not common, and outlawed in most civilized nations, it is used by several large factions, including the Sekhtokrun Empire.