computer controlled time lock key safe

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    Hopefully the title says it all but
    has anyone seen anywhere a time lock key safe which is programmable by computer.
    With PC remote control software, this will help with any LDR.

    Any pointers would be useful

    Many thanks
     
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    lockedinsteel.com
     
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    That looks just the ticket ...

    except... (lol)

    I would imagine the cost of shipping a safe across the pond to the UK will be pretty steep not to mention on the web site, they mention the restrictions on exporting US encryption software abroad....

    I'll let you know what happens as I investigate.
     
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    WOW! what a bit of kit that is may have to get one as the mistress is often weaker than me! but she could pre program it when we play a game or something with none of us having control and having no choice but to stick to the rules. I think she might like that idea as I know how to satisfy her needs without my percy the pecker.scared of what might happen to her thoughts of keeping me denied though!
    I will have to wait till this bloody belt fits properly though before that happens though
     
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    In my searches, I was rather surprised at the lack of computer controlled safes that were not janked up in price due to the word Cjastity being associated with it...

    However, I did come across one 'interesting' item - the sargent & greenleaf 6300 lock.

    This is a computer programme lock that can be fitted to almost any safe shell - even the cheap under 500 GBP ones... ( big LOL )

    This has an amazing range of options...
    a) Short Lock - between 1 and 99 hours - no way in at all!
    b) Long Lock - between 1 and 99 days - no way in at all!
    c) Holiday lock down - specify two dates and that it... - no way in at all!
    d) Two PIN access - master/slave.
    Slave PIB only allows the lock to unlock when it is allowable.
    e) Window of opening... set the 'can be opened' period between 1 and 99 minutes.
    f) Tamper and attempt reporting to computer on next connection.
    g) Stay locked on depowering...
    h) Randomly generated PINs
    i) USB memory key settings load...

    So many options...
    so many possibilities...

    They also do one which is totally and only controlled via the network... oooooooooo
     
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    Pinged off an email to LockedIn.... regarding export issues etc, and so far, nothing, narda, zippo, zilch...
     
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    I bought a small safe like there one from German e bay and it was about 150 but then you would have to get the computer bits to do the rest of the mods.
     
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    What about http://timelock.rules.it/ ?

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    I own one of the MyKeySafe.org keysafes, sold through locked in steel, for the record.

    it is awesome, I love how the software works for the KH, it is very secure as the wearer. Quite neat.

    Possible to build your own, too, for pretty cheaply.
     
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    How does it work with the 9-pin com cable? Do you have a usb adaptor?
     
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    Yes, I have a USB to com port adapter I got at rafioshack. Plug on, install the drivers, tell device manager I want it com1 AND type regavr32 ComPort.dll once. Then it works like a charm. It's easier than it sounds.

    I also own macs, so I tried to use the perl script but had no luck as my perl compiler didn't go right and it was over my head. But running windows ON myac as a virtual machine made it work too.

    Cooool system :).
     
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    The keySafe is a cool toy... when the site is up...

    and when it isn't - LIKE NOW!!!!! - it is more interesting...

    Anyone else locked up and spotted keysafe.org is down - no notice, nothing....

    From what I have seen on the site before it 'disappeared', there wasn't a lot of active administration or anything.
     
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    This is a great concept, I can't believe I haven't used one of these before! The price is quite high, though... I would love to have a few of these on my desktop connected to some desperate boys.... :p
     
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    I built a KeySafe years ago. #22 in fact. It wasn't that difficult, but I know how to solder and I know a little about electronics.

    You can find the instructions on how to build a safe on the original KeySafe website (which is up BTW) http://keysafe.org:81

    Note, the port 81 designation at the end of the URL.

    The most difficult part of the process I found was to interpret the safe's circuit board. Every safe's circuit board has the same features, e.g. solenoid and keypad inputs and power, but the location is different on each circuit board.
     
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    @alphax the link to the keysafe.org site is to a sign in page
     
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    Umm, yeah, you're right. Not very friendly is it? Here's the FAQ page which should be publicly accessible: http://keysafe.org:81/faq.php

    It links to the New Account request page: http://keysafe.org:81/AccountNew.php

    BTW, the FAQ's mention of a board for keysafe projects on sufferware.com is outdated. The board was deleted years ago, so there really isn't a keysafe forum anymore. Which is a shame.
     
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    I'd like to build one of these... and give as an anniversary gift. I'm fairly technical (software developer) but don't know hardware... would you be able to help me?

    -Droog
     
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    makeing a key safe seems like to much hard work this would be an interesting twist to retriving a key and it can be hooked up to a webcam for your k-h's extra pleasure they also do a larger version heres the link- http://www.smarthome.com/6182AK/Remote-Pet-Feeding-Kit-Small-Feeder/p.aspx
     
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    well.....check here .http://www.neosteel.de/Nsepkhgs.htm. i think another good idea from one of the best belt makers we have..i think that is exactly what you are looking for !!
    reg. GWENY

    http://www.neosteel.de/Nsepkhgs.htm
     
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    and please let me know what do you think !! reg. GWENY
     

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    I'm having problems getting my notes on my own keysafe construction (they're on a computer that's crashed), but the first thing you need is to train yourself to solder.

    You'll be modifying the safe's circuit board, so there's no way around soldering period.

    I got my start in soldering back in the early 80's with Heathkit's training kit, which was quite good: http://www.heathkit.com/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrapper&Itemid=225

    Although this looks alright and teaches you some circuitry basics too: http://www.ramseyelectronics.com/cgi-bin/commerce.exe?preadd=action&key=SP3B
    But you'll probably have to buy your own soldering iron, solder, de-soldering wick or solder sucker, et al.

    Soldering has been a handy skill over the years, so it's hardly a waste of time to learn: I've built a Heathkit alarm clock that still runs, fixed my dimmer torchiere a few times, fixed numerous loose wires in toys and gadgets that otherwise would have been thrown away.

    Hopefully by the time you're done learning soldering I'll have recovered my files...
     
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    Believe it or not I also found that in my searches online. Its not clear how well it would work though... did you try it?

    -Droog
     
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    I remember Heathkits... lol

    but then, as an electronic engineer with 12 years practical work experience, I think I can handle a hit stick... lol
     
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    Here is something that is currently available. The website looks impressive, with a lot of extra add-on capabilities for training, etc.

    http://www.dreamloverlabs.com/index.php

    They offer a remote control CB, as well as the timelock safe.
     

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