Never remember your Passwords again with the Everykey device

This new tiny device instantly creates and secures complex passwords for online accounts using military grade security. It’s hard to come up with strong passwords and then remember them. Especially if you want a unique password for each website you sign in. It’s not even funny how often I click on the “forgot password?” button to create a new one.

If you are using some sensitive websites, such as those in cryptocurrency platforms, you may risk losing all your investment if you can’t remember your password. The reason, they won’t give you another password, so you better take care.

EveryKey device

Still, using the same password for all websites is not a good option. It’s too risky. Did you know that 1 in 4 people experienced identity theft last year? And that with millions of attempted hacks each day, it’s just a matter of time before you’re next?

The internet is not a safe place anymore and having your e-mail account hacked is a nightmare. Imagine how you would feel if someone you don’t know gained access to your Facebook account. Not fun.

Now you're probably wondering "but what can I do about it?"

Obviously, nobody can remember a dozen of complex passwords in their head. Let alone figure out the right password for the right website.

But what if I told you that there is a device that will generate passwords for you and then automatically log in your website accounts without you pushing a button?

Sounds like a dream, right?

Well, guess what? There actually is such a device and it was just released to the public.

Every key

It is called Everykey. It’s a tiny device that provides a highly complex password security for your website accounts. In fact, the highest levels of the military use the very same technology to protect their top secret documents!

What Exactly Does it Do?

This powerful little device is like your own personal digital master key. It truly is the future of access control!

It automatically creates incredibly complex, impossible-to-remember passwords for all password protected website you can’t afford to have hacked and exposed.It uses military-grade AES 128-bit encryption to guard those complex passwords. The device automatically logs you into the websites when you’re nearby using bluetooth. When you walk away, it automatically logs you out.

So with Everykey you never have to remember any of your passwords again! You get the security of those impossible-to-remember passwords with military level encryption. Plus the convenience of never having to log in or out again!

What If I Lose My Everykey?

Not a big deal. Simply lock it.

If you lose your Everykey, you can easily lock it down with your phone using their app or you can call Everykey directly and have them freeze it for you. But here’s the thing, the Everykey device itself doesn’t store your passwords. They’re safely stored in an encrypted format on an Everykey secure server. So even if you lose or have your Everykey stolen, it’s totally useless in anyone’s hands except yours!

What Else Does it Do?

Not only will it type passwords for you, but it will also unlock your phone, tablet and laptop. Everykey is future ready. It was designed to work with Bluetooth enabled devices like your car, and electronics. Plus, their Software Development Kit lets third-party developers create new applications for Everykey. So the possibilities are endless. Everykey was designed to work with Bluetooth compatible devices and password protected websites – making it the only key you’ll ever need!

How Much Does it Cost?

The device costs around Ksh 20,000and is the only one in its class so you do not have a lot of options to wiggle with. And as we conclude, we leave you with a quote from John McAfee “Hackers and identity thieves are getting smarter and cleverer every day. Shouldn’t you be doing the same?!”

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Brian is a founding writer at Urban Kenyans. His work is focused on how to improve the digital literacy of Kenyans online. He has been able to do so with his mastery of Kenya and the English Language.

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