Sesame 2 Wireless Autolock For Mac

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  1. Sesame 2 Wireless Autolock For Macbook Pro
  2. Sesame 2 Wireless Auto Lock For Macbook Pro
  3. Sesame 2 Wireless Auto Lock For Macbook Air

Keep your Mac under lock and key without having to enter a password every time. The Sesame 2 key fob wirelessly locks your Mac when you walk away, and unlocks it when you return. Save $10 off the list price now in the Technabob Shop. Simply keep Sesame in your pocket, and your Mac will auto-lock every time you walk away. When you return, Sesame will auto-unlock your screen, so you can continue right where you left off. It's that easy. 'The new Sesame 2 key fob is a dead-simple security solution for your Mac that’s exactly the right kind of boring,' Megan Logan, Wired. Simply keep Sesame in your pocket, and your Mac will auto-lock every time you walk away. When you return, Sesame will auto-unlock your screen, so you can continue right where you left off. When you return, Sesame will auto-unlock your screen, so you can continue right where you left off.

This is a paid placement and if you buy something through this article or on the BGR Store we will receive compensation from retail partners. The information inside your Mac computer is a valuable commodity. In a perfect world, only you would have access to it.

Mandelbulber mac download. Unfortunately, the world is far from perfect and there are those who would try to steal your information for their own purposes, particularly when you step away from your computer. The effectively locks your computer when you step away from it, safeguarding your data and providing you with peace of mind. Best of all, this kind of invaluable security is discounted to be very affordable right now at BGR Deals. Not only does the Sesame 2 automatically lock your computer when you step away, but it also automatically unlocks it when you return. Your Mac will remain the way it was when you left.

Sesame 2 Wireless Autolock For Macbook Pro

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Your programs will still be open and your documents unchanged. It would be like you never left. The Sesame 2 communicates with your Mac via an energy efficient Bluetooth 4.0 connection. You can customize it to lock and unlock at either short or long distances, and you can use it as part of a 2-factor authentication process for even better security. The Sesame 2 is compatible with many Apple computers released since 2011.

Sesame 2 Wireless Auto Lock For Macbook Pro

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Sesame 2 Wireless Auto Lock For Macbook Air

DescriptionSimply keep Sesame in your pocket, and your Mac will auto-lock every time you walk away. When you return, Sesame will auto-unlock your screen, so you can continue right where you left off. It's that easy. 'The new Sesame 2 key fob is a dead-simple security solution for your Mac that’s exactly the right kind of boring,' Megan Logan, Wired • Increase security by using Sesame as a two-factor authentication solution • Customize your lock/unlock parameters • Keep it on a lanyard, key-ring or in your pocket • Minimize energy consumption w/ its Bluetooth Low Energy functionality • Get advanced control over volume, apps, and more w/ AppleScript support.

DESCRIPTION Simply keep in your pocket, and your Mac will auto-lock every time you walk away. When you return, Sesame will auto-unlock your screen, so you can continue right where you left off. It’s that easy. “The new is a dead-simple security solution for your Mac that’s exactly the right kind of boring,” Megan Logan, Wired • Increase security by using Sesame as a two-factor authentication solution • Customize your lock/unlock parameters • Keep it on a lanyard, key-ring or in your pocket • Minimize energy consumption w/ its Bluetooth Low Energy functionality • Get advanced control over volume, apps, and more w/ AppleScript support.

This entry was posted on 14.01.2017.