LifeReady is not just any life management software. The power lies in our client-side encryption, giving you sole ownership and control over your data at every point of the journey. This means that you have complete end-to-end privacy and security for all of your sensitive information.
Whether it be in transit or at rest, KeyCrypt ensures that your data is locked and encrypted for maximum protection against any cyber-security threats or data breaches.
Understanding Client-Side Encryption and KeyCrypt
The Core Features of KeyCrypt
Content and Meta-Data Encryption
With KeyCrypt we encrypt everything. Not only is the specific content of your information encrypted and unreadable, but so is the Meta-Data. Meta-Data is used to described the data that's stored, which includes things like file names and creation dates. We encrypt all of that, so we truly have no knowledge of what you have stored.
A Unique Key-Exchange System
This allows you to conveniently and securely share your information with your Trusted Parties without compromising security. Your encrypted data is shared to the Trusted Party first, who then receives the specific encryption key they need to decrypt that data on their client. The same operation happens on the way back too. Whenever your data is on the move we can ensure it's fully encrypted.
We can't predict the future, and we can't possibly say what technological breakthroughs we'll see in the next decade. However, in anticipation of quantum computing breaking common encryption systems, we've designed KeyCrypt to be protected against this by using a quantum resistant symmetric key structure.
Super Password Reset and Recovery
KeyCrypt uses partial-key based password reset and account recovery systems in which partial-keys are distributed to a collection of user designated parties. If these parties form a consensus, the partial-keys are combined to create the key needed to recover the account. No longer can someone recover your account just by knowing basic details about you.
Still unsure about encryption?
Not everyone understands encryption that well, and that's fine. You don't need to be an expert to use our platform, however, maybe some of the information on this page didn't make sense. If you'd like to learn more about encryption in general, head to this page and we'll help you out.