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In this video ShopKeylessLocks will show you how to install your new Eternity IV Keypad lock from UCA. The Eternity IV Lock allows you to grant access to your rental property remotely, even if you are in another state or country. Forward a computer generated pin number from the management software for your client to allow access. The pin number advises the lock that access is permitted and the checkout date is recorded. The lock can also provide selective access for housekeepers , maintenance, and one time access for contractors if needed. For more information visit *******www.shopkeylesslocks**** or our Blog at *******blog.shopkeylesslocks****
11 Feb 2010
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In this video ShopKeylessLocks will show you how to install your Eternity V Keypad lock from UCA. The Eternity V Lock allows you to grant access to your rental property remotely, even if you are in another state or country. Forward a computer generated pin number from the management software for your client to allow access. The pin number advises the lock that access is permitted and the checkout date is recorded. The lock can also provide selective access for housekeepers , maintenance, and one time access for contractors if needed. 

The Eternity V provides a sophisticated programmable access control system with the simplicity of standard door hardware. A standalone system, the Eternity V will fit a standard door prep with easy installation and require no external wiring. A truly efficient way to control you rental property. For more information visit *******www.shopkeylesslocks**** or our Blog at *******blog.shopkeylesslocks****
5 Feb 2010
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BrickHouseSecurity**** - Forget finding your keys! Install a keypad lock for easier personal entry to your home and increased security against intruders and unwanted guests. * Bump Key Lock Safe * Designed for unsurpassed security and convenience. * Automatic locking, never leave your door unlocked again. * Solid construction with the PCB sealed with epoxy to prevent moisture, corrosion and loosening. * Fingerprint verification and door lock combined in single unit for easy installation. * Available for left hand and right hand opening doors. * Stainless steel tubular single deadlatch mortise. * Fingerprints can be enrolled/erased on the lock directly with lock on door.
29 Sep 2008
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Be sure that your keypad lock is on, but luckily for this guy, at least the call was free!
19 Aug 2009
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Smart Phone Security (Part I) SmartPhone Security (Part I) *******tinyurl****/3cf6ve8 Open 24/7/365 (888) 344-3742 or (1818) 298-3292 Demonstration Video: *******tinyurl****/3dzn7eb Life-Time Warranties! DPL-Surveillance-Equipment**** LLC (Spy Store) Discount Coupon: "DPL" Get 5% Off!!! (Buy/Rent) It probably goes without saying that being a smart person is not a prerequisite for owning a smartphone. Just take a look around you. For more concrete evidence, consider the somehow disturbing results of a study conducted by the Ponemon Institute, a Traverse City, Mich.-based research center dedicated to privacy, data protection and information security policy. After a random but indepth poll of 734 adults regarding their mobile communications behavior, the institute in March released “Smartphone Security: Survey of U.S. Consumers,” a report that, bottom line, points to not-so-smart phone use by our citizenry. Apathetic Situation: One of the report’s recurring themes focuses on consumers’ apparent indifference to the many serious security risks associated with the storage and transmission of sensitive personal data on iPhone, BlackBerry and Android devices. For example, while 65 percent of respondents said they do worry about the security of their desktop or laptop computers, 62 percent admitted that when downloading software to their smartphone they do not always check to see if the app is from a trustworthy source, and 58 percent said they do not worry that a hacker might attack their device. In the same vein, 56 percent flatly said they do not feel their private information is at all at risk when they use their Smartphone. Those percentages represent odd and seemingly incongruous numbers because, meanwhile, 60 percent of the same respondents said they were definitely aware of receiving unwanted marketing messages based on their smartphone use, and a full 55 percent said they understand that they may be putting confidential business information at risk when using their smartphone for both personal and work use (a “cross-over” practice that 84 percent of users say they do all the time). Among other highlights of the report: * 89 percent of respondents said they were unaware that smartphone applications can transmit confidential payment information such as credit card details without the user’s knowledge or consent. * 90 percent of respondents said they were either unaware or unsure of the fact that smartphones can be infected by specialized malware called “diallerware” that enables criminals to make use of premium services or numbers resulting in unexpected monthly charges -- charges that most users apparently miss altogether because 94 percent said they do not check their mobile bill or statement closely every month, and only eight percent check their statement when the bill is higher than usual. * Despite these and other security risks, less than half of those polled said they use keypad locks or passwords to secure their smartphones, and only 29 percent said they have considered installing an antivirus product to protect their device. Street Smarts? According to the study, the most popular smartphone use next to using it to actually conduct verbal conversations (100 percent of users say they do still resort to this old-school way of communicating) is to use it to check both personal and business e-mail. Using the device as an address book, as a tool for texting and as a vehicle for browsing the Internet are the other top uses. The least popular smartphone functions are for banking, travel assistance and video conferencing. Researchers at Ponemon, which also is the parent organization of the Responsible Information Management (RIM) Council, conclude that because most people are not using their smartphones for such transactions, they have a mistaken perception that they are somehow immune from potential breaches. “Because consumers believe its primary use is as a phone or to e-mail, they may think (incorrectly) that there are negligible security or privacy risks,” researchers say in the report. They add that consumers’ misperceptions “could be attributed, in part, to the lack of information being published about smartphone security risks.” For the Record Inasmuch as that might be true, here are a few more tidbits from the report that are worth adding to the published literature on the subject: * Smartphones can contain just as much sensitive data as desktops and laptops, and if that information is lost or stolen, it could result in financial harm. * Sometimes location data can be embedded onto image files such as digital photos contained in your smartphone, enabling other people to track where you are. * Some smartphone apps can transmit confidential payment information such as credit card details without your knowledge or consent. Some apps also may contain spyware that allows criminals to access the private information contained on your smartphone. * If you connect your smartphone to the Internet through a local Wi-Fi network, your device could be open to a virus attack. * Smartphones contain basic security protection that can be disabled by “jailbreaking,” which makes your device more vulnerable to spyware or malware attacks. AVG Technologies sponsored Ponemon’s independent study on the smartphone phenomenon. More insight and caveats -- and the complete survey results -- are available in a white paper downloadable on AVG’s website at *******aa-download.avg****/filedir/other/Smartphone.pdf. “We have increasing responsibility to educate consumers on the dangers lurking in mobile broadband and to help users take ownership of their mobile data security,” said AVG CEO J.R. Smith. “The mobile Internet does not have to be a risky environment, though the industry must work together to encourage users to take action by downloading low-cost or free antivirus products specifically designed to protect mobile data.”
22 Jul 2011
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21 Sep 2011
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22 Sep 2011
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Albuquerque locksmith (505-672-5352) Locksmith Albuquerque NM Albuquerque Locksmith - 24/7 Residential Locksmith Service. Albuquerque Locksmith is able to provide for your every residential locksmith requirement. We know you want your residence to be secure at all times. Albuquerque Locksmith knows security! We offer just the highest quality residential locksmith security hardware: everything from simple deadbolts to high quality locks and only from trusted, name brand manufacturers. Call us now : 505-672-5352 Check out our residential locksmith services: Repair residential locks Re-Key and install locks Install Master key systems Unlock safe deposit boxes Install Digital Control Keypad locks Install Door Bells Install Intercom Systems Install, fix, and repair security gates Install Buzzer Systems
10 Dec 2011
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Rocket Locksmith offers you a variety of technical solutions at very low prices. We have solutions to any problem you can replace the machine or replace the keys, install and adjust the keypad lock, tell us what service you need! We can do it! Change the quality of your door locks today if you can no longer find them safe. Rocket Locksmith is pleased to announce that we have a variety of doors that will meet your needs, from keyboard to door locks Safety is one of the most important things you can provide to your family. Rocket Locksmith will be more than willing to provide you with services that will accommodate your needs. You don’t need to worry you can trust us with your family’s safety. Consult with us today! You can visit our website or you can come in our place in St Charles.
14 Feb 2021
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