Electronic key Hideez Key is designed to authenticate users on electronic devices, such as PCs, tablets and smartphones; storing encryption keys, passwords, logins and other personal data; performing encryption, hashing and electronic signature operations; generating one-time passwords (OTP); and identifying users using the RFID protocol (125 kHz HID and Em-Marine standards).
Hideez Key requires the installation of the Hideez Safe software. Using Hideez Key along with Hideez Safe allows users to perform the following operations:
Lock/unlock access to a PC, smartphone or tablet based on an estimation of distance using the radio-signal indicator for the Bluetooth signal (RSSI).
Store user credentials for various programs and web-services.
Generate one-time passwords for services that use two-factor authentication specification RFC 6238, such as Google, Microsoft, Dropbox and Facebook.
Perform encryption operations and electronic signatures according to the AES-128, RSA-1024 and ECC standards inside Hideez Key.
Update Hideez Key firmware using a Bluetooth channel.
Remotely (by Bluetooth) turn off the computer.
Run the executable file.
Using Hideez Key on an Android smartphone/tablet can also perform the following operations:
Avoid the loss of the Hideez Key and valuables where it has been attached, by the control of the Bluetooth connection.
Authenticate users by using eye vein scanning technology (EyeVerify) to enter the Hideez Safe.
Take pictures of violators if someone attempts to access the smartphone without the Hideez Key presence.
Pressing the button can perform various pre-programmed actions and their sequence (scripts), such as turning on audio and video recording, sending an SMS, initializing phone calls, turning on audio signals, the flashlight and taking photos.
Send the current geographic position to a preset phone number ("panic button" mode).
Remember and display geolocation data about where the connection with the tag was lost on a smartphone.