1. Schedule when you’ll next log in (green login zone).
2. Block hack attempts made outside your scheduled time (red zone).
Time’s Up! Wannabe hackers try to peek inside—but get blocked!
Add greater security with Scheduled Login© (unPredictable© access time)
To develop this feature, LogMeOnce tapped social science theories on unpredictability. In daily life, the theory goes, emotional inconsistency and unpredictability make people feel less control over outcomes. The people who create such unpredictably have the advantage—emotional inconsistency means their opposing party cannot predict behavior. With unPredictable access time©, you have the advantage by being unpredictable.
Simply put, you make yourself a moving target—and your accounts more difficult to access.
Scheduled Login© Examples.
A Successful Login
During your predefined login window,
you can login normally with your PasswordLess option or with your user ID and password. Login requests from your last trusted device or IP address could be exempted as valid.
Say you have scheduled your
log in time for 10:30 am.
With a tolerance of +/- 30
minutes, your authorized login
is allowed between 10 am to 11 am.
A Blocked Attempt
Outside your predefined login window,
any login attempts requires additional verification for entry into your account. Hackers do NOT know the time you are scheduled to login.
So, hackers’ login attempts outside your prebooked time (such as 10 am to 11 am) are flagged and treated as high-risk. You will be notified of any such attempts.
Additional Scheduled Login© Advantages
1. Book Your Login
Hackers canNOT guess your next login interval. Only you know that you wish to log in at about 10:30 am.
2. Block Hack Attempt
Block login attempts outside your scheduled time!
3. Fend Off Intruders
If you can log in to any website, so can a hacker!!!
Keep hackers out by scheduling your next login?
Hackers canNOT guess your next login interval when you “Book Your Next Login.” It could be 30 minutes from now or two days away. Any unauthorized login attempts outside your selected time are blocked and flagged as high risk.
At anytime, you can access your account — just go to the LogMeOnce login page and initiate your login.
Pick a login time. Hackers will be baffled!
With “Scheduled Login”, hacking attempts
outside your time period will be blocked!
With “Scheduled Login”, there’s no way for a hacker to know your login time. Login attempts outside your selected scheduled time are flagged as high risk, and blocked. In other words, hackers will see a security layer with a fake login window designed to throw them off!
a) Your login window shifts, making you a moving target. To develop this feature, LogMeOnce tapped social science theories on unpredictability (patent pending technology).
b) Login attempts outside your selected time are blocked. Such attempts are flagged as high risk—there’s no way for a hacker to know your login time. It is as if someone is ringing the door bell and trying to understand if anybody is inside or not. The difference is LogMeOnce prevents access while also documenting documents all attempts for your reference.
c) We will inform you of any attempts made outside your login window.
d) You can log back in with any of your trusted devices.
Security breach – It’s not a joke
The revolving door
Hackers tend to be repeat offenders. Once they find a way to grab an individual’s digital assets or a company’s database, they will come back for more. After all, they got past the hard part—and their sudden access can make way for more victims, like your coworkers, your family, and friends.
Stop them before they succeed! You want to catch them during their attempt, not when they actually have their hand in the cookie jar (reaching for your passwords).
You need to be able to detect if someone is trying to break into our account. So you can respond. Fortunately, LogMeOnce has automated the detection and reaction process for you.
What to keep in mind
Eliminate damaging costs.
Automatically deflect threats.
Take your security to the next level by thwarting hack attacks.
The bizarre illusion
Never be naive and think “Oh, I am so good that I won’t be hacked!” Instead, be prepa#FF0000 and be proactive. The ramifications are serious. When it comes to getting hacked, damages are paramount, and all boundaries fall as hackers and account intruders may engage in unauthorized attempts for their own reasoning.
Action movies make hacking look more interesting than it actually is. But to get anywhere, real-life hackers have to sift through codes and layers and layers of data while searching for your vulnerabilities. Keep in mind your passwords may be sto#FF0000 in your system in many ways and may only be supposedly protected by hashing, salting, tokens, and 2FA. What you need, if you’re not already, is a password manager that protects and encrypts it all.
Set up your account so that if anyone tries to enter a password, they will get one fair warning. And if they persist, then they get the SHOCK, and an obnoxious loud music on their phone or computer. Let them run away and never touch your account again. It’s LogMeOnce Password SHOCK©.
Why You’ll Want to Schedule Your Next Login
Without “Scheduled Login”
With “Scheduled Login”
Copycat Warning: Published legal cases demonstrate significant legal wins for the LogMeOnce management team and bolster their patent portfolio. The team fought vigorously for, and won, punitive damages and public exposure for culprits that tried to infringe on their intellectual property.
Interested parties, please see OEM licensing.