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Keeper Announces Microsoft Edge Extension

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LOOK WHAT’S NEW Hey Windows 10 customers! You’ll be happy to hear that Keeper now has a Microsoft Edge extension. This latest extension will provide you fast and secure access to the Keeper vault right within your browser. HOW IT WORKS Now you will be able to utilize Microsoft Edge to quickly and securely login […]

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Latest Keeper Release Incorporates FIDO U2F Security Keys

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As a part of Keeper’s core offering, FIDO U2F and YubiKey support will now be available to our individual users and enterprise accounts. With our mission to make the internet secure for everyone we are thrilled to partner with these world class companies to deliver the highest level of security to our customers. The feature […]

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Keeper Users Tell Why They Love Secure File Storage

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One of the distinctive features of the Keeper password manager is Secure File Storage, but we find many customers aren’t aware that it’s even available. Secure File Storage gives you 10GB of space on the Family Plan and 1TB on the Business Plan to store anything you like. The files, photos and videos you keep […]

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Some Frightening Stats About Accounts and Passwords

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A recent report by Varonis Systems caught our attention because it illustrates how easily some basic security practices can be overlooked in the crush of day-to-day work. Varonis released an analysis of more than 235 million folders it examined on file servers at 80 client sites. It found that more than 48 million of them – […]

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What is the Value of Stolen Digital Data?

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By Darren Guccione, Co-founder and CEO of Keeper Security By now most everyone is aware that failing to properly password-protect access to sensitive digital materials can have severe consequences. The damage of having one’s identity stolen or having personal financial or health records purloined can take months or years to repair. But just what is […]

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5 Ways to Protect Yourself from a Phishing Attack

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With news of the Gmail phishing attack still fresh in our memory, this is a good time to review some basic precautions you can take to avoid becoming a phishing victim. Phishing attacks have been on the rise recently because, to put it bluntly, they work. The Anti-Phishing Working Group recorded 1.22 million phishing attacks in 2016, […]

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Why You Should Change Your Social Network Passwords Now

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When was the last time you changed your Facebook password? If you’re like many of us, you probably can’t even remember. Facebook won’t prompt you to make a change, and its two-factor authentication is strictly optional. The same goes for Twitter. LinkedIn is a bit more aggressive in that area, but it, too, makes the […]

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Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: Security Panacea

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When it comes to data security, there are no magic bullets. There is, however, a very potent cyberdefense solution representing a great leap forward in the struggle to protect data and information. Actually, it is a combination of two closely related technologies – one fairly new and the other decades old. They are artificial intelligence […]

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What’s the big deal with hashing, and why should I care?

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Hashing algorithms have been in the tech news a lot lately. What are they and why is everyone trying so hard to break them? The latest news concerns the SHA-1 algorithm, which has been declared dead now that a team of researchers from the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) institute and Google Research have found […]

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