Category: Password Manager

The BreachWatch Advantage

The BreachWatch Advantage

Some websites offer what appears to be a similar service to BreachWatch by Keeper, for free. Credit bureaus also offer what appears to be a similar paid service. What is the difference between those services and Keepers new tool BreachWatch? BreachWatch is different and superior to any other solution in […]

How to Migrate from Keepass to Keeper

How to Migrate from Keepass to Keeper

Keepass is an open source tool for locally storing passwords in an encrypted file format. Many IT and DevOps teams make the transition from Keepass to Keeper in order to take advantage of our advanced features and cloud-based capabilities including: Full Enterprise password management Cross-platform sync Autofill on apps and […]

How to Migrate from LastPass to Keeper

How to Migrate from LastPass to Keeper

Often, we’re asked about how to switch from LastPass to Keeper. Moving your records from LastPass to Keeper is easy and seamless. Your information stored in LastPass including passwords, folders, subfolders, notes and accounts easily migrates to Keeper while maintaining full, zero-knowledge security and 256-bit encryption. The video below demonstrates […]

Awesome News! KeeperFill on iOS 12 for Seamless Password Autofill

Awesome News! KeeperFill on iOS 12 for Seamless Password Autofill

Like the rest of the tech community, we’ve been keeping an eye on the announcements coming out of Apple’s WWDC. As soon as we found out about the new Autofill features that will be included on iOS 12, our team jumped all over it. KeeperFill, our proprietary Autofill technology allows […]

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 […]

Password Management Is Much More Than an IT Problem

Password Management Is Much More Than an IT Problem

Two years ago the CIO at Quest Credit Union  had no problem extending responsibility for password management beyond just the IT department. That’s because C-suite executives were using a password management solution for personal use. Thus getting the the organization aligned with an enterprise password management solution was almost automatically […]

Android Users: We’ve Got Your Back

Android Users: We’ve Got Your Back

As we announced last week, the new Keeper for Android is now available. And according to a new security report from Blue Coat Systems, you really need it. Long story short: because of the many available third party Android app stores, cyber-criminals are able to more easily distribute malware-infected apps […]

UPDATE: The New Keeper for Android is Here!

UPDATE: The New Keeper for Android is Here!

Android users, rejoice! The newest version of Keeper is now available for devices running Android version 2.2 and higher. What’s do you get with your free update? Dependable password management that is now more beautiful, much faster, and generally just way better. Keeper for Android version 2.1 offers: Improved design […]

New York Times: “We’ve Been Hacked”

New York Times: “We’ve Been Hacked”

Breaking news: The New York Times announced yesterday that it has been the victim of hacking. And not on just one occasion. According to the report, this has been going on for four months. So who is responsible? According to them, China. It seems that in response to articles published […]

Department of Homeland Security Recommends Password Managers

Department of Homeland Security Recommends Password Managers

…This is big. According to an article published by the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team, a subset of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, password managers are not simply useful but are in fact necessary in the internet age (you can download the article here). We’ve all heard it […]