Category: Updates

“Backup and Restore” is Now Called “Version Control and Record History” and It’s Awesome!

“Backup and Restore” is Now Called “Version Control and Record History” and It’s Awesome!

At Keeper, we are always working to improve our product and user experience. Customer feedback and support tickets help drive many decisions on our product roadmap. We are obsessed with fulfilling unmet customer needs. When issuing updates to our apps, we create new features, fix any reported bugs and also […]

Response to May 15 SECLISTS Report

Response to May 15 SECLISTS Report

On May 15, 2018 a security researcher posted an article here: (http://seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2018/May/41). This post addresses a “possible flaw” with the Keeper Commander API. Under a specific theoretical scenario, the researcher claimed that the application software running on Keeper’s servers could be modified to exploit a user’s vault through collusion by […]

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 […]

Keeper CEO Offers Clarity

Keeper CEO Offers Clarity

We have great admiration and respect for the InfoSec community, the press that covers this industry, and of course place the protection and security of our customers’ information as the top priority. We want to offer clarity regarding our recent lawsuit directed to the contents of the Ars Technica article, […]

Update for Keeper Browser Extension 11.4.4

Update for Keeper Browser Extension 11.4.4

On Dec 8 2017, Keeper released a major new browser extension update (Version 11.3) that introduced several new features and improvements to the user experience, including improved form filling and automation features. On Dec 14 2017, Tavis Ormandy (a highly-respected security researcher at Google) contacted us about a potential vulnerability […]

Meet Keeper Version 11 – Our Best Update Ever!

Meet Keeper Version 11 – Our Best Update Ever!

  We are excited to introduce our latest Keeper Password Manager version 11 with new powerful capabilities and features that improve ease-of-use. The update introduces Record History, Identity & Payments, KeeperFill for Native Desktop Apps, Automatic Password Importer, Emergency Access, and improved Browser Extension Autofill capabilities for your desktop. Record […]

Introducing Keeper’s Emergency Access Feature

Introducing Keeper’s Emergency Access Feature

Charlotte Gibb remembers the panic that set in when she realized that the death of an employee could also inflict severe damage on her business. The employee was the operations manager at AutoClerk Inc., a developer of property management software for the hospitality industry where Gibb is executive vice president. […]

Security Update for Keeper Browser Extension

Security Update for Keeper Browser Extension

by Craig Lurey, CTO at Keeper Security, Inc. – August 26, 2016 Keeper holds the security of our customers and their data as our highest priority. To mitigate the possibility of an online clickjacking attack during a browser session, we have updated our Keeper Browser extension. We have made two security enhancements […]

Wi-Fi Sync Removal

Wi-Fi Sync Removal

Keeper has removed its Wi-Fi syncing feature. We’re now auto-enabling our Cloud-based Internet Syncing feature for all users. This is great news for users – it simplifies the user experience, reduces confusion, enhances the product and increases security. Keeper’s Internet Sync feature is the most secure way to sync information […]