Category: Password Manager
We are continuing our mission to protect your mobile devices so that you can go about your business with absolute security, and know that your most important files will always be accessible. The most recent version of coincides with the release of the iPhone 4S. Keeper now runs faster than […]
The white paper Mobile and Smart Device Survey 2011: Device Malware Takes Off by Robert Vamosi and Kurt Stammberger, CISS provides a history of malware and reiterates our concern for the protection of mobile devices. A great read for anyone who recognizes the true vulnerability of laptops, tablets and smartphones.
The digital age has brought with it a host of concerns for parents regarding the privacy of their children in light of the information and activities that is now being shared online. And with good reason: “An Associated Press-MTV poll finds 3 in 10 teens and young adults have had […]
Many of the people who have relied upon BlackBerry’s Password Manager function found themselves in dire straits these past few days during the failure of service to 70 million of its users. Of the many problems and snafus that this created, the most critical one was the inability of BlackBerry […]
We emphasize the fact that your Keeper account is encrypted from the moment that your enter data into the program, according the the key that is established when you create your Master Password. This way only you hold the key to your data secured in the Cloud Security Vault™. “By […]
We saw a video on the mobile security standards that are being developed by the National Institutes of Standards of Technology (NIST). Our mobile security software, Keeper® Password and Data Vault stays one step ahead of the standard and leads the way by having addressed the major issues that this […]
A lot of exciting developments are in the works at Callpod. We have a some changes in the works that are designed to make Keeper better and more widely available to our users. A lot of you may have seen our requests for feedback—we’re trying to gauge the best ways […]