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Join us at RSA 2018

Join us at RSA 2018

With this year’s RSA conference right around the corner, we are looking forward to seeing everyone and introducing all of the exciting updates we’ve been hard at work on. We’ll be located in the South Hall at Booth #108. Stop by and meet our team, see a product demo and […]

Keeper Password Manager Featured in Google’s Android Excellence Program

Keeper Password Manager Featured in Google’s Android Excellence Program

We’re proud to announce that Keeper Password Manager has been named to Google’s latest Android Excellence list. To be a part of this list means we have one of the best app user experiences and are a top performing app in the Google Play Store. It also means we are […]

The Many Faces of KeeperFill on Android

The Many Faces of KeeperFill on Android

Using KeeperFill on Android KeeperFill is an autofill feature that makes signing into your favorite websites a breeze. While security and convenience are maintained across all versions of Android, your user experience may vary depending on the version of Android your device is operating on. KeeperFill for Android operates in […]

Security vs. Convenience: The Truth about Biometrics

Security vs. Convenience: The Truth about Biometrics

Overview There is a misconception among the general public regarding biometrics and their use in securing our private information. The common belief among people is that biometrics, such as Touch ID or Face ID, can be used to eliminate traditional passwords. However, this is far from the truth. As described […]

Keeper’s Response to ZDNet’s Article Regarding an S3 Bucket Configuration Issue

Keeper’s Response to ZDNet’s Article Regarding an S3 Bucket Configuration Issue

Today, Zack Whittaker, a security reporter at ZDNet, advised us that one of Keeper’s Amazon S3 buckets had writable access from unauthorized users. An “S3 bucket” is a Simple Storage Solution which is used to store files, at Amazon Web Services. The Amazon S3 bucket in question was a staging […]

CES Raises Privacy Awareness Concerns

CES Raises Privacy Awareness Concerns

Why the Best New Tech Makes you the Best New Target The giant Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held earlier this year featured the usual cavalcade of dazzling digital gizmos to tantalize the hearts and minds of tech enthusiasts everywhere. As usual, several categories of gadgets dominated the show, such as […]

How Can I Store and Protect My Digital Certificates and Access Keys?

How Can I Store and Protect My Digital Certificates and Access Keys?

  Out of the box, Keeper’s consumer and business versions support the storage and protection of digital certificates and keys. Encryption keys and digital certificates provide a critical security layer that protects every digital asset in an organization. According to a recent Ponemon study, breaches due to trust-based attacks are […]

Thank You For Being a Part of Our Amazing 2017!

Thank You For Being a Part of Our Amazing 2017!

The Keeper team had an incredible 2017. It was full of exciting expansions, app updates, and a lot of chocolate. We opened our first European office in Cork and added innovative new features that increased your protection and usability while maintaining our security standards. With several new projects in place, […]

Important Cybersecurity Information About “Meltdown” and “Spectre”

Important Cybersecurity Information About “Meltdown” and “Spectre”

Meltdown and Spectre – What Are They? Meltdown and Spectre are the names given to two different, yet similar, vulnerabilities against most modern processors that run in computers today. These exploits allow an attacker to access bits of memory that they shouldn’t normally have access to. These vulnerabilities can be […]

Response to Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy Article

Response to Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy Article

Keeper is not vulnerable to the attack outlined by the Center for Information Technology Policy research article titled “No boundaries for user identities: Web trackers exploit browser login managers”. 1. Keeper does not auto-fill credentials on any website without the user’s explicit consent. 2. Keeper enforces a same-origin policy when […]