Krolypto is a great way to lock out other people. There are serious problems with Kroylpto v1.4 though. With Omnicalc turned on and Apps, Memory, and/or Programs protection on, there is a way to get to the Apps, and Memory without the password.
From the Home Screen:
[PRGM] [PRGM] [APPS] then you are in the Apps menu
[PRGM] [PRGM] [2ND] [+] then you are in the Memory menu
When saying that you have to reset all memory to use Krolypto again, that is not true. With DoorsCS6 by Kerm Martain, just erase the file called "calcdb2" and Krolypto is avaliable for use again.
Krolypto is a really good way to lock out normal people, but the advanced users can't be tricked. I got some advanced and regular calculator users to try to break through Kroypto with Omnicalc and DoorsCS6:
1 out of 5 advanced users fully trashed Kroylpto's protection with only a RAM reset
2 out of 5 advanced users got past the startup lock by resetting the RAM
0 out of 7 regular users got past any Krolypto security
Usage: 9/10 (Easy, but to protect your keys, you have to archive AppVar krolypto)
Memory: 10/10 (Its an Application)
Compatibility: 2/10 (ruins MirageOS hooks, drops protection with Omnicalc, and DoorsCS6 can override Krolypto)
Encryption: 10/10 (unbeatable)
Quality: 9/10 (scrolling through programs to encrypt/decrypt take a while)
Overall w/Omnicalc and DoorsCS6: 4/10 (You're very vunerable with Omnicalc and DoorsCS6)
Overall wo/ Omnicalc and Doors CS6: 9/10 (Amazing protection)