|Apr 03, 2014||LogmeOnce Launches Encrypted USB Flash Drive & Password Manager on Kickstarter|
LogmeOnce is the only company to design and manufacture proprietary software and hardware keys to help manage passwords and prevent hacking
WASHINGTON, D.C., Apr 3, 2014 — Hacking is a thing of the past when users sign up for the all-new LogmeOnce password manager, which launches today on Kickstarter at 6 p.m. Utilizing military-grade encryption, LogmeOnce allows users to manage their passwords and log in to websites securely from their desktop, cloud or encrypted USB stick. LogmeOnce is the only company in the market that offers one unified solution a software key and a hardware key without the need for third-party integration, which means even greater security for end users.
http://www.LogmeOnce.com/Kickstarter“In today’s world, users usually have many internet accounts, user ID’s and passwords,” says LogmeOnce CEO Kevin Shahbazi, whose previous company, Trust Digital, was acquired by McAfee. “If you have 25 accounts, you have 25 passwords. Well, it’s tough to remember all of those so people tend to pick a couple of passwords and then use it for all of their accounts. Hackers know such habits and if they find a way into, say, your Verizon account, they know that they can probably get into your Facebook and Amazon accounts as well. It’s a very dangerous ripple effect.”
With LogmeOnce, users can create incredibly strong passwords for their accounts and never have to worry about remembering them. The LogmeOnce dashboard stores all of users’ websites and passwords with comprehensive features for Single Sign-On (SSO), Identity Management (IdM) and a host of additional security features. When a user clicks an app in their dashboard, it opens up a new window and the user is immediately signed into that account with military-grade encryption.
LogmeOnce is also the only company that offers a secure USB stick encrypted to carry files with a password manager on board, and as a second factor of authentication key (token). Perhaps most importantly, this is not an OEM solution, but rather one developed completely by LogmeOnce from ground up for end users.