Keeper is a password manager application and digital wallet that securely stores website passwords, financial information and other sensitive documents using 256-bit AES encryption, zero-knowledge architecture and two-factor authentication. Files and passwords in Keeper can be synced, backed up in the cloud, and shared using HTTP secure and a locally stored encryption key. Every record in the user's private vault is encrypted and stored with a unique encryption key. Keeper also addresses the problem of password fatigue, by autofilling login and password fields with stored information.
Keeper comes pre-loaded on the Orange Dive 70 smartphone, Samsung phones, América Móvil phones and most AT&T Android phones. As of January 2015, Keeper has more than 9 million registered users and works with over 3,000 companies. Keeper is available for download on Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, Windows Phone, Linux, Kindle, and Nook, and available as a browser extension for IE, Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera.
Keeper is a free service for storing passwords on a single device and has an optional annual subscription with cross-device syncing.
Keeper (password manager) Wikipedia
Keeper Enterprise is a multi-tenant password management and secure file storage platform for businesses. Features include file sharing, user provisioning, auditing, reporting, Active Directory integration and delegated administration, all of which are available within a centralized admin console.
Built into the Keeper application, Keeper DNA provides multi-factor authentication using connected devices, such as a smartwatch, to verify a user's identity when logging into the vault.
Keeper Commander is a password management SDK which is available to Keeper users and provides command-line and API-level access to a user's vault. It is available open-source on GitHub. Features include scheduled password rotation, which is available for any supported system such as Active Directory, Windows, Unix/Linux, Mac, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server and Oracle.HITECH and HIPAA
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Kaspersky listed Keeper as a top 5 security application for Windows Phones.
The Next Web listed Keeper as a top 10 multi-platform password manager.
PC Mag gave Keeper an Excellent rating with 4/5 stars.
The New York Times said, “[Keeper] definitely has an emphasis on ease of use through a simple design. It even includes a neat feature that lets you share some of your information with someone you trust.”
Tom's Guide listed Keeper as a top 10 best mobile password managers