256-bit end-to-end encryption
Loqed uses 256-bit end-to-end encryption, as used by banks, for communication to the lock. The encryption key is only stored in the secure key-chain of your phone and on the Loqed Smart Lock itself. This means that if you lose your phone, forget your account password and forget your personal access code at the same time, we simply cannot open the door for you.
Encryption keys sent to newly added users are not sent over the Loqed servers, but by a messaging application (e.g. e-mail, Whatsapp) of your choice. This ensures that even Loqed employees can never retrieve the encryption keys. New users need to change their encryption key after receiving it for the first time (the Loqed app does this automatically), to prevent user impersonating by the administrator. Finally, encryption keys are renewed on a regular basis, so that brute force attacks are pointless.
Remote blocking of lost phones/codes
Lost your phone or personal access code? Simply remotely block access from any internet browser.
Unlike traditional keys, the digital key cannot be easily copied. The Loqed Smart Lock uses a unique key per user.