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That's why we wanted to create a service that was secure enough for everyone to be able to confidently deposit access to their most valuable digital accounts so that they could one day be returned to their rightful beneficiaries.
There are different types of cryptography in the security world. At Legapass, we have chosen theasymmetric cryptography.
It allows us to offer you a untrusted architecture. That is, you will not need to share your data with anyone.
The principle of this type of cryptography is based on the use of two keys which allow respectively to encrypt or decrypt a message. In this case, it is the data contained in your safe at Legapass
PGP uses a combination of encryption methods such as hashing, data compression, symmetric key encryption and public key encryption to protect data.
Trivia: PGP was once used by National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden to contact journalists and reveal the existence of several U.S. and British mass surveillance programs.
When you register with Legapass, a public key from encryption is assigned to you. The private decryption key is kept by our partner judicial officer. These key pairs have have been generated beforehand under the control of one of our partner bailiffs.
Please note that these are not physical keys, but two pieces of encryption algorithm.
It allows you to encrypt your information instantly before sending it to your Legapass safe.
It allows us to decipher your information and will be kept by one of our partner bailiffs until it is returned.
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Offline storage methods should never be overlooked in your backup strategy if you want optimal protection against data loss.
They allow to escape all online attacks (viruses, hacking...) and use neither software nor cloud.
That's why at Legapass, offline storage isn't just a USB stick, DVD or external drive.
We have chosen encrypted disks from the company iStorage to store your information because they offer the highest level of security and certification available on the market today.
Protection against extraction of hard disk components.
Crush resistance with a pressure of 2.7 tons.
Certified waterproof to a depth of 1.5 m and dustproof.
Programmable self-destruction when a specific PIN code is entered.
Automatic lock when disc is unplugged.
When you register on Legapass, you must enter your identity as it appears on your passport.
In the event of an estate or incapacity, we must ensure the identity of your beneficiary.
Double-checking of the applicant's identity in-house and verification of original documents by video conference.
For example, in the case of an estate, we ask the applicant to provide us with the death certificate.
When the request for return is validated, Legapass will send the contents of your safe in the form of an encrypted file.
After the usual verifications, our partner bailiff will hand over the private key allowing the decryption of the file.
To ensure the security and confidentiality of your data, it is instantly encrypted from end to end.
The data you entrust to Legapass cannot be used without the 2 keys thanks to asymmetric cryptography.
In addition to being taken offline, your data is secured identically in multiple geographic areas.
The retransmission takes place under the control of a bailiff after all the usual verifications.
Do you have questions about Legapass? The most frequently asked questions are listed in our Frequently Asked Questions. If you haven't found the answer to your question, go to the chat.
We do not hold the private key associated with your public key. It is kept offline at a bailiff's office who will forward it to you in the event of a claim or to your beneficiary(ies) once our service has verified your identity. We will send our part of the information (your encrypted information) to your beneficiaries as well.
Your passwords are encrypted instantly via OpenPGP, a reference in the field. It is unlikely that a hacker will be able to recover them before they are offline. If they do, they won't be able to decrypt them because they don't have your dedicated private key.
The hard drives on which your encrypted passwords are stored have military-grade security and encryption and are located in ultra-secure safes.
Finally, our hard drives are equipped with auto-lock security which automatically locks the drive when it is unplugged.
No, the bailiff will never have access to your passwords in clear text, because he does not have access to the contents of your safe.
To be able to attack our technology today, one would have to possess a quantum computer with a computing power estimated between 2.6 and 3.10 million real qubits. If getting a quantum computer is already impossible for a single individual, the biggest difficulty is the technological barrier.
To give an idea, the world famous computer company IBM currently has a quantum computer with an estimated power of 433 qubits. This is far less than what it would take to threaten our system. To go further on the quantum computer : How does a quantum computer work?
We have set up a Bug Bounty program to solicit talented people (hackers, cyber security experts...) to identify and mitigate any security threats.
What happens if LEGAPASS ceases to operate: If LEGAPASS ceases to operate, users' personal data will retain their security and inviolability guarantees offline. This data may be transmitted upon request within 30 days to the user or to his beneficiaries in the event of death, according to the procedure in force. After this period, all hard drives containing personal information or copies thereof will be destroyed.
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