Everykey is the wristband that replaces keys and passwords. It’s sleek, secure, and can be deactivated at any time.
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Everykey is an innovative universal access device for everything that requires a physical key or password. The Everykey wristband is an attractive Bluetooth enabled band that allows immediate access to a user’s password-protected electronics such as a smartphone, tablet, or computer, as well as physically locked items including doors, car doors, bike locks, and other controlled access devices.
When the Everykey wristband is within range of a user’s device, the wristband will allow the user to bypass that device’s password or physically unlock it automatically, eliminating the need for complicated passwords and cumbersome keys.
Everykey also manages a password keychain, which can be used to seamlessly log the user into their online accounts when they’re close to one of their devices. When the wristband goes out of range, the device automatically re-enables security mechanisms so it is safe and secure when out of trusted hands.
Everykey utilizes military grade encryption, allowing only you access to your personal property and accounts. Like a credit card, you can instantly disable your Everykey if it ever gets lost or stolen.
Welcome to the revolution of access control.
We designed Everykey from the ground up with fashion as our north star. We applied the same methods as a haute couture fashion brand, placing meticulous attention to detail with absolute precision, resulting in an elegant and sleek product without compromise in aesthetic or performance. Each beautiful color option has been carefully refined to reflect a unique personality. Our continued obsession with design and usability extends to every other aspect of the Everykey experience.
Our belief is that wearable electronics should be as fashionable as they are functional. That’s why we have our designers work closely with our engineers to create a seamless product experience. Fitting electronics inside such a small form factor is a challenge, and we’ve worked really hard to bring our electronics down to a compact size.
Protecting Your Passwords
The passwords to your devices are never stored on an Everykey server or on the wristband. The wristband broadcasts encrypted information to identify itself, which only your devices are able to decrypt. The passwords to your devices are stored on the devices themselves in an encrypted form within a keychain. This is similar to the way in which your phone stores its own password for verification against user password input. In order for Everykey to seamlessly enter your website passwords across multiple devices, your website passwords are stored on an Everykey secure server in an encrypted form. Only your devices and wristband know this key, so there’s no way for our company to decrypt your passwords. You can always choose which passwords Everykey stores and which it doesn’t.
Everykey utilizes AES 128-bit encryption, the same encryption that’s used by websites that require your credit card information in order to make purchases online. AES 128-bit encryption is a tried and true encryption method. Only your wristband and the devices it unlocks hold the encryption key. Our company doesn’t have access to that encryption key and therefore, we have no way of decrypting your passwords.
Lost Everykey Deactivation
If you lose your Everykey, you can call us or go online to deactivate it. After you’ve deactivated your wristband, a message is immediately sent to all of your devices letting them know that they should not unlock for your wristband. In the meantime, your devices will still unlock with your old keys and passwords.
Everykey broadcasts an encrypted Bluetooth 4.0 message at least once every second. Each time this message is broadcast, it’s changed, preventing a hacker from sniffing a message and re-broadcasting it. Because each message is encrypted, there’s no way to derive one message from the previous message, so each encrypted message that’s broadcast is non-deterministic and pseudorandom. Your devices will only unlock for the most recent message, so a hacker is unable to unlock your devices by re-broadcasting an old message. Only devices that you’ve set up with your Everykey will have the ability to interact with your Everykey, all other connections are rejected. A device still has to verify it’s legitimacy through an encrypted handshake in order to interact with your wristband.
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