Two Creative Developers Bring Their Password Management App to IndieGoGo
Las Vegas, Nevada, November 2012 – Imagine a world where remembering passwords didn’t have to be an issue. Most people have problems remembering, tracking, and saving passwords and inevitably end up using the same one over and over again to access various applications and websites. This can lead to an unsafe digital space where passwords can easily be figured out. According to the 2012 Unisys Security Index, it takes just five minutes to crack a six character, lowercase password.
To help solve this problem and to create a safer digital world with simple password management, MagicKey has decided to partner with IndieGoGo for crowd-funding to help launch their innovative password management smartphone app. MagicKey will be a ‘freemium’
“We chose to use IndieGoGo over other crowd-funding platforms like Kickstarter for many reasons,” said Gyle Iverson, MagicKey’s architect and creator. “One advantage of IndieGoGo is its boutique and uniquely unfiltered quality that has an international reach, which will help us create a global exposure and collaborate with friends and family overseas. Also, IndieGoGo campaigns receive all the money they have been pledged, whether the initial funding goal was reached or not. Competitors’
Founded in 2011, CloudVaults, LLC premier product, MagicKey was developed by Gyle Iverson and Tim Cope. MagicKey, the complete password management app that goes everywhere and connects with PCs, Macs, and tablets, turns smartphones into the perfect password manager. Gyle has developed and managed projects in hardware, firmware and software across dozens of platforms. He has seen projects to completion that others thought were impossible and has served as VP of R&D, Executive VP, CIO and COO for various companies over the years. He is the MagicKey architect and the principal evangelist. Tim Cope has successfully developed several products at BeyondTrust, Computer Associates, Platinum Technologies, Citizen America and others. He has worked as a VP of Development and Director of Development and has developed most of the Android components for MagicKey. The MagicKey project has become a family affair with the Iverson’s two teenage sons and their teenage daughter being part of the MagicKey team.