The general idea of how to use MortiRemoteSafe
- A steel digital safe
- A MortiThingy™ that you plug into the USB socket on your computer
- Some software
- A website
The safe can be used to secure, say, some keys for a chastity belt. The safe can then be locked and controlled by the MortiThingy.
The MortiThingy can be told to keep the safe locked until:
- A secret 'unlock code' is provided, or
- A set amount of time has passed
This can be used either by a remote dom to control a sub, or by the self-locking sub to control themselves using the time delay feature.
A dom (or the sub themselves) can use software or a website to generate a 'lock code' and an 'unlock code', then send the lock code to the sub. The lock code can optionally include a set an amount of time that the safe should stay locked. The sub can lock the keys in the safe then use software to tell the MortiThingy the lock code. It will then keep the safe locked until the specified time elapses or until the unlock code is provided.
For instance, that app might generate lock code "Lb5a9464888c2b5a9e745" - this is a key which will keep the safe locked for 3 days (you can't tell how long by looking at the key) or until the unlock code of "Ued6a76b5cdef" (which you couldn't guess) is provided. If you're a self-locking sub, you can forget the unlock code and use the lock code to secure keys for 3 days.
The sub would need to use the software to tell the MortiThingy the unlock code, but no software is required if the set time passes. So as long as the lock code has a set expiration time, the safe will eventually open even if your computer blows up or you lose internet connection.
As an alternative to using software to generate codes, a website can be used to generate them and automatically download them to the MortiThingy.