Our design uses the faraday-shielding principles to stop your keys radio frequency from emitting outside the box. When your keys are in the KeyProtectPro® your key's signal is protected, so "Relay Hackers" can’t use their device to read and boost your keys radio signal.

"A Simple, Elegant and Effective way of protecting your vehicle from inside the home"

What is Relay Hacking ?

Vehicle wireless entry and start keys work by emitting a radio frequency signal. When the key is close enough to the vehicle, it reads this signal and tells the vehicle its authorised to open and start. If the vehicle cannot pick up or read the signal from the key (if it's indoors for example), it won’t open or start.

Relay Hackers are car thieves that use a device which amplifies your vehicles key signal (from up to 30 meters away). This tricks your car into thinking that the key is next to it and safe to open.

Relay Hacker car thieves work in pairs to steal your vehicle or remove valuables in an average of sixty seconds! One hacker will stand by your front door holding one part of the hacking device (the amplifier part), the other hacker stands by your vehicle with the receiver part of the device. The Hacking device amplifies your vehicles key signal from anywhere inside your house and transmits this to the other part of the device near your vehicle, tricking your vehicle into thinking the key is present. The car hacker thieves are then free to open, gain access to and drive away your car!.

Car thefts reached an all time high for 2019 with over 120,000 vehicles stolen with this number expected to increase for 2020.

Choose KeyProtectPro®

Enhance your vehicle's security with KeyProtectPro®, the ultimate Faraday Key Box designed to thwart car key signal theft. Safeguard your key's signals, preventing unauthorized access and potential theft. Invest in peace of mind with our advanced signal-blocking technology, ensuring your car remains protected. Choose KeyProtectPro® for unparalleled security and secure your vehicle from modern digital threats