These days I brainstormed about how does one give their passwords/pin codes/etc to their will executor so that the executor can do what the person wanted after their death?
For instance, how would a person give them access to information like:
- my PayPal accounts (personal and business)
- Bitcoin Wallet
- maybe computer passwords
- phone PIN codes
I am pretty sure writing them on a piece of paper is not the best idea, unless they are not somehow encrypted and can be decrypted by the executor.
From a security point of view, what would be the right way to verify the death of the person in an automatic way? Such as... if the person is offline/inactive on the internet for X days (e.g. 6 months, 1 year etc).
Is there a classical way to handle these credentials and internet data to the executor, making sure the executor will get access to them only after the person's death?