GPS based password manager. The location in which you save the username and password information is also the only location in which you can view that login information.
In an attempt to over come physical access, which means total compromise of all your passwords, RUU applies a location that allows passwords to be viewed. If you are at the wrong location a pseudo random email and password is shown in attempt to fool attackers and increasing attack time.
A good example of where to use this is for bank account set up at your local bank. If your phone is taken, an attacker will only be able to view your account number at the bank you set it up. Assuming they have cameras at the bank, this helps you.
Another example would be your home computer/security alarm. If you are at work you have no real reason to be shown your home computer login or your security codes; and the same goes for when you are at home or any location besides work why would you need your work logins? Are you really you?
Version 1.0.0 is fully working but more of a proof of concept and though it attempts to defeat rubber hose cryptanalysis it should not be considered for live threats until it’s audited by a third party. RUU works best if you have WiFi on and GPS calibrated before saving your first password.