Your World. Unlocked.

Single Device Authentication

Use your mobile phone to interact with both your physical and digital worlds.

No More Passwords

Use your smartphone to unlock your computer and interact with websites.

No More Keys

Seemlessly interact with your physical world, without the need for keys.

Simple Installation

We provide desktop software, a mobile app, and custom hardware to unlock your world.

Security First

Our architecture is designed to thwart entire classes of cyber attacks by leveraging secure hardware.

Share Access

Easily share access to your computers and doors with friends, employees, or visitors.

The Team

We are a group of computer security reseachers, professionals, and university students with a shared interest in making the world a better place through innovative technologies.

  • Chad is currently a Ph.D. student in the security lab (SecLab) at UCSB. Formerly, he was a member of the technical research staff at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He obtained a B.S. in mathematics and computer science from Pitt and an M.S. in computer security from UNC-CH. His research interests include: usable authentication, embedded systems security, novel introspection techniques, and smart card security.

    Chad Spensky

    Ph.D. Student (Computer Security)

  • Aravind is a Ph.D. student in the SecLab at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Aravind was previously a member of the security team at Qualcomm, where he worked on low-level security protocols including ARM’s TrustZone and kernel-level security features. He holds a Master’s degree in Information Security from the Georgia Institute of Technology and has an extensive background in smartphone security.

    Aravind Machiry

    Ph.D. Student (Computer Security)

  • Fish is an Assistant Professor at Arizona State University, and an active member of the Shellphish CTF team. His major research interest is binary analysis, vulnerability discovery, and embedded systems security. He is one of the founders and core authors of the popular open-source binary analysis platform, angr, which has been used in various cutting-edge research projects.

    Fish Wang

    Assistant Professor (Computer Security)

  • Evan is a second year undergraduate student at UCSB, studying Electrical Engineering. Evan is currently a research assistant in the security lab (SecLab) working on automated hardware reverse engineering frameworks. He currently works in the IT department for UCSB Associated Students maintaining networks and machine systems. He has a strong passion for soccer, enjoys building arduino microcontroller systems, and machine learning/artificial intelligence.

    Evan Blasband

    B.S. Student (Electrical Engineering)

  • Nilo is currently a Ph.D. student in the security lab (SecLab) at University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). He obtained a B.S. and M.S. degree in computer engineering in Pisa, Italy, and worked on an access-control system for a distributed operating system, called Osprey, at Bell Labs Ireland. His research interests include: binary analysis, vulnerability discovery, and embedded systems security.

    Nilo Redini

    Ph.D. Student (Computer Security)