About AutoSecure™

AutoSecure™ is a cutting-edge vehicle security system designed to safeguard your car against theft or in the event of it being stolen a easy and pratical recovery procedure. With a combination of innovative technologies and comprehensive security measures, AutoSecure™ offers peace of mind for vehicle owners.

Key Features of AutoSecure™:

  • Multi-Layered Protection:
    • Faraday Pack for Key Fobs
    • GPS Location Device
    • Concealed RFID Tag
  • Unique ID Enrollment for Vehicle Information
  • Privacy and Security Measures
  • Peace of Mind and Tamper-Proof Design

Product Overview (AutoSecure™):

  • AutoSecure™ is a comprehensive vehicle security solution designed to protect your car from theft and tampering.

Enrollment Process:

  1. Registration:
    • Sign up for AutoSecure™ online or through the app by providing your basic details and vehicle information.
  2. Protection Components:
    • Receive and activate three essential security components:
      • Faraday pack for key fobs to prevent unauthorized access.
      • GPS location device for real-time tracking.
      • Concealed RFID tag to validate vehicle identity.
  3. Unique ID Generation:
    • Get a unique ID representing your vehicle's VIN, make, model, color, owner's name, and car photos within the secure system.
  4. Secure Enrollment:
    • Rest assured, your information and vehicle details are kept private and secure, known only to you and the AutoSecure™ system.


  • Peace of Mind: Know your vehicle is protected with cutting-edge security features.
  • Easy Management: Access your account to track your vehicle's security status anytime, anywhere.
  • Tamper-Proof: Concealed security components provide additional protection against theft and fraud.

With AutoSecure™ , protect your vehicle easily and confidently with advanced security measures and user-friendly enrollment.

Vehicle Theft Methodologies

Relay Attack

Relay attacks involve intercepting and relaying signals between a key fob and a vehicle to gain unauthorized access. Attackers use specialized devices to capture signals from the key fob, extend the range, and trick the vehicle into believing the key fob is nearby, allowing them to unlock and start the car.

Key cloning involves replicating the vehicle's key or fob through electronic copying or cloning techniques. Attackers might gain temporary access to the key, enabling them to create a duplicate without the owner's knowledge.

Signal jamming involves disrupting the communication between the key fob and the vehicle by transmitting interfering signals. This can prevent the vehicle from receiving the signal to lock, leaving it vulnerable to unauthorized access.

Key theft happens when a thief steals the physical keys or key fob to gain direct access to the vehicle.