Personal Access Up For Grabs: A Key Technology for Keyless Cars

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Trintek, Inc.'s new, state-of-the-art Secure-I-Key protects advanced keyless entry systems from hackers and car thieves.

Even as hackers and car thieves work overtime to crack keyless entry systems, Trintek, Inc.'s state-of-the-art Secure-I-Key protects keyless cars with a sophisticated degree of security.

"Even as more and more cars are being produced with keyless entry systems, as seen on CNET news hackers can use basic decryption methods to break into and steal these cars," Marlon Holder of Trintek, Inc. says "Our patent-pending Secure-I-Key provides advanced security and protection, and it is convenient to carry around as well."

Keyless entry systems work by transmitting a radio signal, and a simple scanner can scan and capture your key's code within seconds. Secure-I-Key (available online at http://www.secureikey.com) blocks your key's signal from unauthorized access. Secure-I-Key is state-of-the-art technology from Trintek, which is a leading defense engineering firm.

Secure-I-Key has also been designed for convenience, coming with a comfortable holder that fits as snugly into your pocket as the key itself. The Secure-I-Key holder can be flipped open from its secure location to gain access to all keyless entry functions of the vehicle. Trintek has successfully tested Secure-I-Key with leading car brands like Mercedes-Benz, Lexus and Nissan.

The Secure-I-Key's stylish leather case also provides space for credit cards and a driving license, as well as other household keys, making it convenient for drivers to carry only one package as they leave home.

"Our Secure-I-Key technology will eventually work with other products that emit radio signals, such as passports, access cards, credit cards and pharmaceutical products," says Holder. "It is designed to provide consumers with peace of mind, and a sense of security and protection from potential hackers and involuntary loss of personal information."

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