Click to view answer How to purchase a membership plan:
The first step is to register for a new account and after you finish, the website will prompt you to “Verify your account.” Next check your inbox or “spam folder” for our returning email titled: LKLW: Account Verification Mail. Click on the link in our email and this will bring you back to our website page where you can choose your membership plan.
Click to view answer Will my last wishes be secured?
Yes, Last Kiss Last Wish is a secured platform that shares information through an encrypted key. This encrypted key is a MD5 128-Bit 34 characters Hash Value One-Way Data Encryption. A cryptography Hash function is a process that takes an input and returns a fixed-size string of bytes in a random order. Our MD5 hashing algorithm is a One-Way cryptographic function that accepts a message of any length as input and returns as output a fixed-length digest value with 34 characters.
Click to view answer What is the difference between hashing and encryption?
Encryption can be reversed, hashing can't. If a system is hacked and the user gains access to the passwords in a database and knows the key you used to encrypt them, they will be able to recover the said passwords as they can reverse engineer the passwords. If they are hashed, they won't be able to do that because the 34 character string of random letters and characters were not “encrypted” with a key and do not mean anything. That is why Hash values are One-Way and not Two-Way.
Click to view answer What happens if I copied wrong the 34-character encryption key onto my will and my Executor cannot login?
Because the secrets and wishes are the property of the subscriber to dictate what he/she wants to do with them, we do not keep or store the Subscriber’s encryption key. In other words, once we generate this key, the onus is upon the Subscriber to print it out and/or write it onto the will along with a printed copy of our encryption key email for proper storage. We also suggest that the Executor “test” out this key on our website to make sure everything works, (Executor’s Area), since the Subscriber has registered the Executor at the same time with the registration. Similar to a last testament that has to be properly prepared, storage of the encryption key also has to be conscientiously and meticulously done so that there are no errors in the future. Noted is that as we do not keep any of the Encryption Key 34-character hash codes, hackers will never get any of these passwords.
Click to view answer Could the Subscriber regenerate the Executor Key if it’s lost or misplaced?
Yes, the Subscriber has the ability to regenerate another new Encryption Key to replace the old one after logging into the Subscriber page.
Click to view answer What kind of secrets are best suited for this website?
Because only a "notarized" will is legal, the secrets that you should store here should be the personal ones for different friends and loved ones. Examples are as difficult as your hidden or "second life" secrets or as easy as a username and password for your computer, cell-phone, etc., or where you have hidden the combination or the actual key to your home safe. Secrets that you have kept hidden over time that should surface to that particular person that you would have wished she received upon your demise. Who would know that I kept some "emergency" money inside a tea kettle that I never used or that I would like to give my vintage Rolling Stones t-shirt to my friend in Miami as we both toured with the band when we were young? These are the things that would never make it to the last testament but definitely very important secrets to you.
Click to view answer What happens if I have 2 or more Executors?
Nothing changes! Having more than one Executor is not abnormal and that is why we strongly suggest that the Subscriber writes down our website and the "Encryption Key" into his/her final will and testament. So at the reading of the will, one of the Executors, (if there are more than one), will be given the task of going to the "Executor's Area" on our website to fill out the funeral details like where it will take place and the times for viewing, the date of the final church services and burial time, and the sending of the final secrets of the deceased. In other words, the Susbriber doesn't have to list all the Executors since it only takes one person and Encrytion Key that is written on the will to do this.
Click to view answer What happens if I hit the "Generate New Key" button by error?
To click on the "Generate New Key," it is advisable only if the Subscriber decides to change the Executor. Let's say that the current Executor moves to a foreign country with a limited internet service or he had a falling out with the Subscriber, then the Subscriber could nominate and generate a new key for the new Executor. Once a new key is sent out, the old key will no longer work and the former Executor will no longer have access to enter the "Executor Area." To click on "Generate New Key" many times is not recommended as one tends to mix up the new active key with the nonfunctional older keys.