The Gilmo is an Offline Device That Stores Your Passwords Safely

By: Alyson Wyers - Sep 25, 2014
References: gilmopassword & springwise
This offline device stores your internet passwords, allowing you to pull them up when needed, but will delete them all if it is tampered with. Gilmo is compatible with all web-based accounts but won't store your information online.

Many people use the same password for multiple accounts, which becomes problematic as hackers tend to get in via brute force attacks. On the other hand it is difficult to keep track of so many different passwords, which is where this offline device comes in. Each of your usernames and passwords can be kept safe with a master password. If lost, you only get three tries to guess it before the Gilmo resets. The hand-held touch-screen gadget does not connect via USB, Bluetooth of WiFi either.