If you’re like most people, you have dozens of online accounts, passwords, logins, and files that only you can access. But what if something happened to you? Who would control your digital legacy? It's a modern problem for the internet age, and no real solutions have yet been proposed. Until now.Learn more
Up until now, there has been no simple way to deal with your accounts and data when you are not around to access them, either through an accident, inconvenience, or when you pass away.
The answer is to provide people you trust with access to your data so they can take a pre-determined action such as using, continuing or deleting your information.
Doing this securely without compromising your private data is a challenge, and simply handing over your passwords on a piece of paper should not be an option.
That's why we created memo confido.
We've come up with a completely secure way to make your data available to trusted people while keeping you always in control.
memo confido has been designed to be easy to use by anyone while staying completely secure. Using it can be divided into three simple steps:
In your memo confido account, you can create memos containing different assets. You might have one memo for 'Family Members', inside which you create assets for your computer login and your social media accounts.
For each asset, you can describe what it is, how to access the information (e.g. the password), and what you want them to do with the information (e.g. delete the account).
For each memo you create, you can assign one or several confidants.
You then print an Access Sheet that contains information about how the confidants can access your data in case of emergency using the memo ID and the access code.
Give this Access Sheet to your confidant and explain what it is. At this stage there is no need for your confidant to open an account.
In case of an emergency, confidants can request permission to access your memos. Using the Access Sheet, they follow the simple instructions to create an account and request access.
You will be notified about their request via email (we might add SMS notifications in the future), and you can then decide whether to allow or refuse access.
If you do not take any action (e.g. in the case that you have been involved in an accident), access will be auto-approved after the approval period** This is the time you have to decide whether to grant access, and you can set it to any amount you want. Your confidants therefore get access in an emergency, but you always stay in control. has ended.
A service like memo confido only works if it guarantees that your most sensitive details remain completely secure and in your full control. We make sure of this by using end-to-end encryption and a zero-knowledge service design.
This means nothing leaves your device unencrypted and neither we nor any hackers or governments could ever read your data. Only you and optionally your confidants have the keys to access the contents of your memos.
We use ZeroKit from Tresorit to secure your data. It contains the same technology that Tresorit uses for its own secure cloud storage, trusted by 10.000+ businesses and tested by 1.000+ hackers.Read more
memo confido has been designed to be easy to use so that anyone can take advantage of it. Simply sign in on our website, then create, share, and access memos with ease.
You can prepare everything without any hurry and share memos with your confidants without them needing an account. They only need to open an account when they want to access your data.
Only you can provide access to your assets. Set the amount of time you want before auto approving access, then accept or reject requests.
Everything happens online via desktop, tablet, or mobile, so you can access your memos and share them with people wherever and whenever you want to.
If you sign up now, you'll receive your beta access code as soon as we're ready. Our service will be free during beta and while we will be charging for it in the future, early beta users will receive a lifetime 50% discount.
We try to answer all the main questions here, but feel free to contact us if you can’t find the answer you're looking for.