Atek electronic Secure Password Organizer LG10B user manual

User manual for the device Atek electronic Secure Password Organizer LG10B

Device: Atek electronic Secure Password Organizer LG10B
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Date of adding : 2014-09-09 19:24:23
Number of pages: 60
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Logio
Secur e P asswor d O rganizer
User's Manual

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Contents Contents Software License Agreement ...................................................................................2 Need Help? ..............................................................................................................3 Product Overview .....................................................................................................4 Quick Reference Guide .............................................................................................5 Initial Se

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Software Licence Agreement Software License Agreement PLEASE READ THE SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT CONTENTS IN THE BACK OF THIS USER’S MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT. ATEK, INC. IS WILLING TO LICENSE THE SOFTWARE CONTAINED WITHIN THIS PRODUCT TO YOU ONLY ON THE BASIS THAT YOU ACCEPT ALL THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CONTAINED IN THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT. THIS IS A LEGAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU (EITHER AN INDIVIDUAL OR AN ENTITY) AND ATEK, INC. BY USING THIS PRODUCT, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUN

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Need Help? Need Help? ® If you have any problem using your Logio Secure Password Organizer, do not return it to the dealer. First read this User’s Manual. If you still have difficulties, check our website www.atek.com for possible additional information. Or contact our technical support department Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific Time at 1-888-889-9990 or 714-258-0100, or at support@atek.com. You may register your purchase at www.atek.com/registration.htm. Registration is

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Product Overview Product Overview Logio is a single-user, secure electronic organizer for storing user IDs and passwords for websites and computer logins. You can also store ATM and cell phone PIN codes, credit card numbers, alarm codes, passport and driver’s license numbers, and even less sensitive information such as airline frequent flyer program account numbers. If you have been keeping passwords on paper (in your pocket, sticking it on your computer monitor, or putting it under your mo

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Quick Reference Guide BEFORE USING YOUR LOGIO THE FIRST TIME, INSTALL THE BATTERY PER THE INITIAL SETUP INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS USER’S MANUAL. Quick Reference Guide Add new record To add a new record, push • Uppercase character: push & hold & push a character button • Add a space after last character on line: push • Use your frequently used user IDs 1, 2, or 3: push 2, 3, or 4 times • Generate random password: push 2 times; push again for another random password or push or any arrow or alp

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Quick Reference Guide Delete record • To delete an entire record, navigate to the record in “view” mode, then push & hold & push . Or, in “edit” mode, delete all characters on all lines, then with cursor on line 3 push or . View records • Scroll through records: push or (hold button for fast scroll) • View right screen: if right arrow on screen indicates characters have overflowed to right screen, push • View left screen: when in right screen, push to go back to left screen • Jump d

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Initial Setup Initial Setup IMPORTANT NOTE: Your Logio automatically turns off after a set period of inactivity to save battery power and protect against intrusions by other people. The default auto-off time is one minute. Therefore it is recommended that you first read these entire Initial Setup instructions (especially the very important “Set up master passcode” section) before turning on your Logio, otherwise it may turn off while you are reading, and then you will have to start the ini

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Initial Setup After several seconds, the screen will display: Push one time. 4. Set up master passcode THIS SECTION IS VERY IMPORTANT. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE READ IT COMPLETELY BEFORE PROCEEDING. The screen will display: Push one time. The screen will display: Starting at the blinking cursor on line 3, you will enter a random 8 to 15 digit master passcode. The master passcode consists of numbers only, so the alphanumeric character buttons on the Logio keypad input numbers only (not letters) wh

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Initial Setup maximum number of 15 allowed, the higher level of security you will have. (If you enter more digits than can display on one screen, the screen will shift to the right.) It is very important that for your Logio master passcode you use random numbers that nobody else will be able to guess. Numbers that are not random sequences, such as 11111111, 12345678, 87654321, and 11223344 must be avoided. One good way to memorize a long and random passcode is to remember a “passphrase”, whi

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Initial Setup Then you would push to start entering your master passcode from the beginning. If you enter a master passcode that is 8 to 15 digits long, the screen will display: Enter your master passcode again and then push . If the confirming master passcode does not match, the screen will display: And then several seconds later the screen will display: Pushing would allow you to try to confirm the master passcode again. If you wanted to start over with a new master passcode, you would pu

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Initial Setup Push . The screen will display: Lost & found lets you display your name and telephone number on lines 1 and 2 of the screen when you turn on your Logio (you enter your master passcode on line 3). If you lose your Logio and someone finds it and turns it on, they will see whom it belongs to and hopefully arrange to return it to you. You could use your email address instead of your telephone number but we do not recommend doing so since email addresses are sometimes used as webs

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Initial Setup when you go back to the main screen, you will see a right arrow on the right side of any line that has overflowed, indicating that you can push to go to the right screen. When you are done entering characters, or if you want to leave the name field blank, push or . The cursor will move to the “Tel:” field and again the title will flash but then disappear when you start entering characters. When you are done entering your telephone number, or if you do not want to enter a te

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Initial Setup using the button, which can input a total of 31 different characters. When you are done entering ID1, or if you do not want to enter anything, push or . Do the same for the ID2 and ID3. Note that if you leave any of user IDs 1, 2, and/or 3 blank, then when you are adding a new record, Logio will skip them when you push . For example, if you set up user IDs 1 and 2 only, pushing (only with the cursor on line 2 of the screen, and only if there are no existing characters) in

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Initial Setup Push . The screen will display: Auto-off time is the amount of time until Logio will turn off automatically due to inactivity (i.e., after you stop pushing buttons but have not turned it off manually). The default setting is one minute. A longer time period means more power consumption and higher vulnerability to intrusion and is therefore not recommended. Note that you can add more time temporarily during any Logio session without having to change the semi-permanent auto-off

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Initial Setup Push when you are done. You can always change this setting later (except when the battery is low) by pushing the setup options button . Note that you can also directly change the contrast level, even when the battery is low, in “view” mode by pushing and holding and then pushing or . The new setting will be saved automatically as a semi-permanent setting, not a temporary setting. THE INITIAL SETUP PROCESS IS NOW DONE AND ALL SETTINGS ARE SAVED. Logio User’s Manual, page 

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Adding New Records Adding New Records After you finish the initial setup, the screen will display: Again, a “record” is one set of data consisting of a website name and/or address on line 1, a user ID on line 2, and a password on line 3, for example: You can set up new records now or later. Whenever you want to set up new records, push . The screen will display: Site (website name and/or address) The title “Site:” on line 1 will flash. When you start entering characters, this title will disa

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Adding New Records ID (user ID) The title “ID:” on line 2 will flash. When you start entering characters, this title will disappear. If you have stored any of your frequently used user IDs 1, 2, and 3 during initial setup or set them up later and want to use one of them for this website, instead of entering them character by character, you can push the button 2, 3, or 4 times to enter user ID 1, 2, or 3 (it will skip any of the three IDs that you have not set up). Note that if you are not

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Adding New Records you to remember strong ones, or you used the same password on multiple websites, now is a good opportunity to change to stronger passwords, and different ones for each website, because you have Logio to help you keep track of your passwords. After you finish entering the password, push or and the screen will display: Push to save this new record. If you push , the entire record will disappear. If you have gone this far but then decided you want to edit the record, you ca


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