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Your phone holds the key

Now that everyday analog items like our cars and houses can be controlled digitally, criminals are beginning to target these new technologies. But before you tell your users to wrap their key fobs in aluminum foil, you might want to consider Covr.

With the Covr app, users will get a notification about each and every attempt to use their lock – they are the only ones who can approve or deny access.

Current solutions

Tokens, which are vulnerable and costly to maintain
Passwords, which are especially vulnerable
SMS verification, which uses a vulnerable communication channel

Covr

Since the transaction is approved in the phone, there is no need to return to a browser to enter information.
No password required
Information travels via IP, not SMS

Hands-free car entry systems provide great convenience. Unfortunately, [there are] devices that allow criminals to exploit a technological vulnerability in these systems.

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