How to use LogMeOnce Password SHOCK ©

Give hackers / intruders the SHOCK© treatment..!


Password SHOCK sends automated responses to the intruder’s device(s) with proper warnings!

Let hackers know you’re serious about your passwords and security. If an intruder tries to target your LogMeOnce account, they’ll get a warning. If they somehow came by your information in error, they’ll shirk away. And lay low. But if not — they are fair game. Give unauthorized intruders a SHOCK© and they won’t bother you again. And, you don’t have to do anything. Automated responses will go out to the intruder’s device(s) with proper warnings!

See the Password SHOCK demo on what an intruder attempting to access your LogMeOnce account will see on their device.


How to Setup Password SHOCK ©

1. Click on Smart Menu. Password SHOCK © is grouped under the "Security" section.

2. Click on Password SHOCK© and the Password SHOCK© configuration screen is displayed. Please use default settings, as all configurations are automated and you do not need to do anything.




3. In order to use Password SHOCK©, you need to Enable it by turning it On. A section is provided to "Test Drive" which simulates what a hacker will feel if they attack your account. On the hacker's device, loud sirens, obnoxious music, screen shake will play, or hacker's device will continue to vibrate for 20 seconds. A loud music will be played which you can lower the volume during test drive, but hackers will have no option but to hear it at high volume!

4. There are 10  SHOCKs© which are grouped on the top banner section. It depicts different types of Password SHOCK that can be performed. The SHOCK includes:

  • Login Issue Alert Message
  • Warning Alert Message with voice audio and music
  • STOP Alert Message with music
  • Loud Music with screen vibration
  • Shake screen and loud music
  • Vibrate screen and loud music
  • Morse Code screen with music
  • SOS Flash screen with music
  • Account Blocked message with loud music 
  • Captcha

5. You can click on Play to see a demo of the SHOCK. The demo will be displayed on your screen, however when the Password SHOCK is delivered it will be delivered to the target device that is trying to hack you. The demo will play on your screen for 5 seconds, however on intruder device, it will play for 20 seconds.

6. Password SHOCK© configuration provides both Simple and Advanced Configurations. As default, there is nothing you need to do and Simple configuration is selected, however you can click on it to go to Advanced configuration and see all configuration details. 




7. After clicking on Advanced Configuration, Password SHOCK© detailed configuration is displayed.

LogMeOnce provides two types of configurations for password SHOCK

  • Restriction for Unknown devices - This is for "new" devices that are not yet trusted by your account. For example intruder or hacker device(s) will be examined under this category (a hacker's device is not trusted, whether hacker has made an attempt or not yet). 
  • Restriction for Known devices - This is for devices that have successfully logged in to your account. This category is made for cases that you may have a lost or stolen device.

Based on security best practices, LogMeOnce has pre-configured these settings and you do not need to do anything or configure it, however if needed, you may be able to do so, reconfigure and reset it to default setting as needed.

8. Click on Restriction for Known Devices to see the configuration details 

9. At any time, you can click on "Reset" to change all settings back to default values.

10. Each row shows the unauthorized access attempt and what actions should be performed. There are 10 unauthorized access attempt which are pre-configured.

11. This block represents details of Password SHOCK© configurations. Its best to use the default settings or you can easily change configurations if you wish so.  


Please see below some of the default settings for Password SHOCK©.

A. Login Issue Warming Message is displayed on the device that attempts to login at the 2nd Unauthorized Attempt

B. Loud obnoxious Music is played on the device that attempts to login at the 5th Unauthorized Login Attempt.

C. SOS Flash warning message is displayed on the device that makes an unauthorized login attempt for the 9th time.

D. Captcha will be enabled after 5th unauthorized login attempt.


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