|May 28, 2014||LogmeOnce Adds Kill-Pill Technology to USB Two-Factor Authentication Token while Surpassing Kickstarter Goal|
LogmeOnce password manager will offer USB kill pill, USB geo location and USB decoy and file camouflage to protect against lost or stolen USB
Washington, D.C., May 28, 2014 — LogmeOnce, the hardware and software password management company, announced today the addition of three new important and vital security features. In addition the company has also surpassed its Kickstarter goal well ahead of the campaign deadline. Three new security features have been added to protect users in the case of a lost or stolen USB stick – remote USB kill pill technology, USB geo location option and USB decoy and file camouflage. The LogmeOnce kill-pill feature is an additional security layer and a powerful way to reduce the risk of information and files falling into the wrong hands.
“We are already a distinguished password management platform for many reasons, but we would like to add even more protection and security layers for our users,” says CEO Kevin Shahbazi. “Now, if you lose your USB or leave it in a cab, you can use LogmeOnce’s geo location technology to identify where it is and retrieve it, or simply send a remote ‘kill pill’ that wipes data off your lost USB! You can easily render your USB storage device useless. And, if someone finds your USB, our file decoys and camouflage will show fake files instead of your information. There just isn’t anything else out there like the LogmeOnce security platform and we’re constantly adding more security features and layers.”
Fresh off their experience at Trust Digital, which was acquired by McAfee in 2010, founders Kevin and Mike Shahbazi launched LogmeOnce in April. The password manager lets users securely log in from any device with one master password. LogmeOnce is the only company in the market that provides users with multiple options to save their credentials and store in an encrypted cloud, their own desktop or a LogmeOnce USB. And recently, the company also announced the addition of Dropbox file encryption to its arsenal of data security.