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Silent Pocket Key Fob Guard

Price: $29.95
Product ID : ST-SPKFG
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Key Fob RFID Protection
Stay 1 Step Ahead of Hackers & Thieves

Silent Pocket's Key Fob Guard was just featured in a story on an NBC affiliate in Houston during a piece on electronic car theft. Watch the video's downright scary how easy it is to open and steal our cars now!

You may also be interested in this TODAY show piece that is very similar in nature.

According to many sources, smart keys are vulnerable to attack from hackers, allowing them access to your car, including starting the ignition and driving away with it!  You need a key fob protector or else a thief can use a cheap signal amplifier off of Amazon to steal everything in your car, or in some cases steal the car itself!

The Key Fob Guard is a privacy and security case for your key fob or keyless entry fob. It is a single sleeve that blocks the wireless connection from your key fob to your car. 

This small, flexible and durable Faraday cage and key fob protector comes in a Small sized (5 inch by 4 inch), olive green washed cotton canvas with proprietary shielding material. 

It is a must-have for an RFID key fob, rental car companies, and replacement remote key manufacturers in order to stop their RFID key fobs from being remotely accessed.

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Small Key Features:
- Premium washed canvas / water resistant

- Fold up and snap design + key chain attachment 
- 13.3 X 10.2 cm // 5.0 X 4.0 in // 0.8 oz
- Comfortably holds 1 standard sized key fob + 4-5 additional house/office keys
- Most Remote Key Entries operate at a frequency of 315 MHz for North America-made cars and at 433.92 MHz for European, Japanese and Asian cars.

Important Reads:

Car and Driver Magazine: Hackers Crack Key-Fob Encryption Used By More Than 25 Automakers

Wired Magazine:  Radio Attack Lets Hackers Steal 24 Different Car Models

Forbes: Vulnerability In Car Keyless Entry Systems Allows Anyone To Open And Steal Your Vehicle

NY Times: Keeping Your Car Safe From Electronic Thieves

SFist: Thief Hacks Car's Keyless Entry To Steal $15,000 Bike In Sausalito

FinanceTwitter: Here's How A $17 Gadget Breaks Your Car's Keyless System

AFR: Why Keeping Your Car Keys In The Freezer May Protect You From Digital Thieves


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