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LinkedIn Passwords Leaked, 6.5 Million Accounts Compromised

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It seems that every day brings an unfortunate new breach of security. Yesterday LinkedIn was the victim and 6.5 million of its users passwords were compromised. In a blog post, LinkedIn Director Vicente Silveria stated that they are continuing to investigate the situation and provided steps for the account holders who were included in the […]

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Beware of Flame!

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The Flame virus that attacked Iran’s key oil company and caused massive data loss, could be a potential threat to other countries as well. The International Telecommunications Union will be issuing a warning about Flame and its dangerous abilities. The virus is known to have stolen sensitive information and audio recordings from top officials. Even […]

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Upgrade to Keeper 5.0 Today!

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A major update was released for Keeper Password & Data Vault this week. Experience all the convenience and security that the new and improved Keeper 5.0 has to offer! Keeper 5.0 was released across all platforms which includes iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, Mac, PC and Linux. For added user security, Keeper has increased the […]

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Our Private Information is Our Private Information, Not Yours

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We all recently heard that Twitter fell victim to an anonymous hacker and over 55,000 login credentials were exposed. While to some, a hacked Twitter account may not seem as significant as a bank or credit card account, a security breach of any kind can cause damage, lost information and identity theft. Back in February […]

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Cyber War: The New Battlegrounds

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The Cyber War we’ve all heard about from security professionals, and feared, could be here sooner than we imagined. United States Government officials have long feared China and Russia because these two countries have advanced capabilities that could attack our computer networks. However, security officials have now shifted their focus to Iran. Iran has recently […]

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Your Smartphone Can Stay Smart with Keeper

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It’s rare to run into someone that doesn’t have a Smartphone. These handy devices have become an extension of ourselves, our companions and something we can’t or wouldn’t want to live without. As more people continue to connect their lives, bank and credit accounts, personal and business information, and more, through their Smartphones as they […]

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Get Rid of Bad Habits and Use Keeper

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We all do it–use the same login credentials for multiple sites. It’s a bad habit we’ve formed but what else are we supposed to do now that we use the Internet for everything. This habit which may seem helpful for our memories is hurtful to our accounts. If one set of login credentials is the […]

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Stay Secure This Spring with Keeper

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Spring is upon us! Fun times with friends and family will be accumulating more and more as the days grow longer. We’ll be ditching the coats and bags and rely on our pockets and hands to hold onto our wallets and Smartphones. We all know how easy and natural it is to put down what’s […]

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Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers

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You know that gut wrenching feeling of tapping each of your pockets or ruffling through your bag and not being able to find your Smartphone? Whether you leave it on a bus, in the back of a cab, at the library or a party, it’s devastating when we can’t find our phones. Losing something as […]

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When Enough is Enough

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As technology blossoms, the ability to track user content and collect personal data has become easier.  In fact, just recently two major companies, such as Apple and Google were a part of separate disputes that involved collecting Internet user data.  Yesterday, the Obama Administration announced the Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights as an effort to […]

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