Tired of remembering the alphanumeric passwords? This Kickstarter project provides a simple, secure and economic way for generating and entering passwords. The SPEK (Secure Password Entry Keypad) plugs into your computer via the USB port and appears to the computer as an additional keyboard.
But, when you press a single key on SPEK, a complex sequence of characters is sent to the computer. This sequence is different for every key on every keypad. This means that passwords you create using your SPEK require only a few keystrokes (2, 3 or however many you like) and generate long complex passwords that are unique to your very own SPEK. For example, if you hit the keys 2, 8, 9 on SPEK corresponding to the letters B-U-Y, SPEK could send a password such as H8*b1Q0F$x9I@!2 to your computer. This would be ideal for an e-commerce site. Say goodbye to remembering passwords with SPEK!
Currently, SPEK is on Kickstarter. If you would like more information, please visit the project page. Stay tuned for the updates.
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