bitSplit™ Enterprises
Cerebra
Lock
Everything
Else


“unknown items”
Pictures or Words
of Special
Significance
to You


“known items”
• relatives
• friends
• teachers
• street names
• buildings
• cities
• cars
• pets
• bands
• records
• activities
• lovers
• poems
• hobbies
• quotes
• books
• celebrities
• songs
• events
• places
...
You provide two lists of items (known/unknown) and CerebraLock builds hundreds of entry screens by mixing the items together:
 
 
 
2
2
1
3
2
2
1
3
1
1
1
3
3
2
 
Each entry screen has a numeric solution which represents a letter in a password or access sequence made up of an arbitrary number of entry screens - the longer, the more secure.

Since only you know which items are of significance to you, your passwords all look like this to everyone else:
 
 
And you want to keep it this way! So instead of identifying known items when authenticating, you pick the group which has the greatest significance:
 
Each row is a group of three (or more) items. Each one can have zero, one or two known items. The specific columns are not important.

The group with the most known items is the solution (2). That’s the one you tap, click, type or speak.
 
An observer cannot tell which items are the known ones. The next access sequence will show different entry screens - it is another password which only you know.

Even the server checking your answer does not know the known items! Therefore this information cannot be stolen.

If you are forced to give up your password, you can’t - you don’t know which one will be next, either - but you’ll know it when you see it.

For details (what is it with that orange item?), video, online demo and more, please visit www.CerebraLock.com.
 
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Last updated June 6 2014
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