Everykey, a bracelet that will allow you to carry all your passwords on your wrist, seeks financing

Today we show you one of those projects that, due to their peculiarity, arouse the interest of Kickstarter users. We are talking about Everykey, a wearable that allows you to carry all your passwords on the wrist.

That is exactly the goal of Everykey, a bracelet that aims to eliminate the need to manually enter all of our passwords and usernames. For it, Everykey will be able to store login information from both your devices and the websites you frequently access: the password for your smartphone, computer, tablet, email, social networks, etc. To achieve this, it uses Bluetooth 4.0 technology (low consumption), allowing when we get close to any of our devices, log in to them. In addition, Everykey has a master password that allows us, when we are close to one of our devices, to automatically log in to all the web services accounts that we have stored in the bracelet. Of course, if you move away from the place the bracelet will be in charge of blocking the different open sessions. Given the amount of personal information stored, the managers of Everykey have gone to great lengths to make it secure. Thus, In addition to offering AES 128-bit encryption, if you lose the bracelet you can call the company or deactivate it through the Internet, just like with a credit card. Another interesting feature of the device is the duration of the battery, since with a single charge (through its microUSB connection) it will offer a month of autonomy. In addition, it is waterproof.

Everykey will be compatible with most of the most popular operating systems, although for the moment, in iOS it is necessary to jailbreak it to work properly. With 19 days to go before the campaign ends, They have already raised close to $ 55,000, more than half of their goal., so there is no doubt about the interest generated. Everykey will be priced at $ 65, although if we collaborate on financing $ 50, we will receive a unit as soon as it is manufactured, around March 2015.

We leave you with the video of the campaign:

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