2017 Yearly Archives

Spring Cleaning Your Digital Life

by , on

It’s spring: Out with the old! Organizing and cleaning up your digital life has gotten easier Spring is here, which many people will greet with determination to clean out a lot of junk – from closets, garages, desks, and so on. But what about your digital life? As it turns out, that too will benefit […]

Continue Reading

PIN vs. Password: What’s the Difference?

by , on

If you use Windows 10,  you may have noticed that you now have the option of signing in with a personal identification number (PIN) instead of a password. The same applies to the Apple Mac as well as many brands of smartphone. Which might lead you to wonder what exactly is a PIN and how […]

Continue Reading

TeamSIK Response

by , on

Keeper’s engineering team prioritizes the security and privacy of our customers over all feature and functionality decisions in our application.  Our company policy has a strict zero-knowledge and no-data-leakage policy and everything we create adheres to these protocols. Recently, a team of researchers posted a report about vulnerabilities and bugs in various Android password management […]

Continue Reading

Keeper Customer Profile: Salvatore Porcillo

by , on

Cyber security becomes more important every day as hackers continue to target users for personal information that can be sold for a profit on the dark web. With more than 10 million consumers engaged with Keeper on a daily basis, we thought it would be a good idea to find out a bit more about […]

Continue Reading

Password Management for Dummies

by , on

Nearly two-thirds (63%) of confirmed data breaches involve weak, default, or stolen passwords, according to a major study. So it wouldn’t be surprising if, upon discovering that a not-so-secure password like 123456 were compromised and led to a breach, the user of this password declared, “Boy, that was dumb!” For people like this and for […]

Continue Reading

How to Keep your Smart Phone Safe and Personal

by , on

George Orwell’s 1949 classic 1984 painted a dark picture of a dystopian society in which a malevolent government monitors everything its citizens say and do through a ubiquitous network of “telescreens.” What was science fiction In Orwell’s day is reality now, thanks to technology that billions of people carry around in their pockets. Smartphone are […]

Continue Reading

Keeper is Not Affected by Cloudflare Issue

by , on

This week it was revealed that the content delivery service provider, Cloudflare, was affected by a systemic vulnerability that leaked sensitive information from secure HTTPS connections. While the actual manifestation of the bug that caused the leak at first glance may seem relatively small, affecting an estimated 0.00003% of all requests to the Cloudflare service, […]

Continue Reading

Keeper Customer Profile: Philip Leech-Ngo

by , on

PDF version here. Cyber security becomes more important every day as hackers continue to target users for personal information that can be sold for a profit on the dark web. With more than 10 million consumers engaged with Keeper on a daily basis, we thought it would be a good idea to find out a […]

Continue Reading