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Keeper Is the First Password Manager to Support the Pixel 4’s New BiometricPrompt API

Keeper Is the First Password Manager to Support the Pixel 4’s New BiometricPrompt API

After months of leaks, the tech world’s worst-kept secret — Google’s highly anticipated Pixel 4 smartphones — is finally here. Google officially unveiled the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL at this week’s Made By Google event in New York City. The Pixel 4 ushers in a new era […]

Cyberattacks on SMBs Rising Globally

Cyberattacks on SMBs Rising Globally

A couple of weeks into National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in the U.S., the Ponemon Institute has released the results of the 2019 Global State of Cybersecurity in Small and Medium-Sized Businesses. The report, commissioned by Keeper Security, is based on in-depth interviews with 2,391 IT and IT security practitioners in […]

#NCSAM Tip: Don’t Wait for a Business to Tell You That Your Password Was Stolen

#NCSAM Tip: Don’t Wait for a Business to Tell You That Your Password Was Stolen

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month is a great time to do a cyber self-check and make sure you’re doing what you need to do to protect yourself online. One of the most basic precautions is to use strong, unique passwords for every device, account, and app. That prevents cybercriminals from guessing […]

Welcome to National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2019

Welcome to National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2019

Keeper Security is celebrating National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) with resources and special offers to help individuals, businesses and political campaigns protect themselves against cyberthreats NCSAM, recognized every October, is an important annual event where government and industry leaders work together to increase awareness of cybersecurity best practices. However, cybersecurity […]

Keeper Launches iOS 13 VisionKit OCR Feature

Keeper Launches iOS 13 VisionKit OCR Feature

We are happy to announce the integration of iOS 13 VisionKit optical character recognition (OCR) capabilities which is now available in Keeper Password Manager for iOS. In our effort to make it easier for users to store and protect important files and notes in their Keeper Vault, we are providing […]

LastPass Clickjacking Vulnerability Issue 1930: Keeper Not Vulnerable

LastPass Clickjacking Vulnerability Issue 1930: Keeper Not Vulnerable

A vulnerability was discovered in LastPass (not Keeper) where an attacker can clickjack their extension by loading records into the embedded iframe (which loads those records into a cache) and appending the iframe into another website with a different domain. This will result in the cached records being exposed on […]

Keeper Integrates with YubiKey 5Ci for Secure 2FA

Keeper Integrates with YubiKey 5Ci for Secure 2FA

We’re happy to announce the integration for YubiKey 5Ci device which is now available on Keeper iOS, Web Vault, Desktop App and Admin Console for secure hardware-backed 2FA login. For the first time ever, iOS users can now take advantage of hardware-backed 2FA using the YubiKey 5Ci device. With a […]

Switching from LastPass to Keeper

Switching from LastPass to Keeper

Moving your passwords from LastPass to Keeper is simple and secure. Your information stored in LastPass including passwords, folders, subfolders, notes, and accounts are migrated to Keeper with just a few clicks while maintaining full encryption. Instructions Download Keeper Desktop for Windows, Mac or Linux After you login or create […]

Keeper Fortifies Industry-best Security Architecture with Integrated Two-Factor Codes

Keeper Fortifies Industry-best Security Architecture with Integrated Two-Factor Codes

If you, or your organization, need access to high-value or sensitive accounts and records (like banks, emails, customer data, and more) you may be thinking about adding an extra layer of security to supplement usernames and passwords. Time-based one-time password (TOTP) codes are a form of two-factor authentication (2FA) that […]

How to Protect Yourself From a Biometric Hack

How to Protect Yourself From a Biometric Hack

As you might have read last week, there was a huge data breach of over one million people in the UK that exposed the fingerprints as well as facial recognition information, unencrypted usernames and passwords. This is one of the first times a biometric breach of this scale has been […]