Offline device stores user passwords and deletes them if it’s tampered with

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The information we place online is highly private — ranging from credit card details to personal photos — and yet the average consumer continues to use a single password for their multiple accounts. In order to encourage web users to diversify their security measures, Gilmo is a device that allows them to quickly pull up the password for any account without storing the details online. One of the most common ways to hack online accounts is a brute force attack, which continuously attempts various possibilities until the right combination of numbers and letters is found. For those who use the…

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