TL;DR: Save up to 30% off a multi-year password manager plan from Keeper Security through Sept. 30.
Ah, passwords. The gatekeepers to our digital lives. But if you’re someone who has trouble remembering them — and remembering where you put that sticky note reminder — then you need a digital vault to keep all your passwords safe in one central and secure location.
A password manager plan is a lot better than the sticky note method, as it creates strong and varied passwords for every website and app you use, without your having to remember them all. The only thing you need to remember is that you can get up to 30% off Keeper Security’s Password Manager through Sept. 30.
If you’re hopping between your phone, tablet, and computer while you surf, you’ll need to re-enter passwords by device. The Keeper Unlimited package includes unlimited device usage and access, so you won’t get stuck as you log in from various sources. The Keeper app is available for download on Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, Kindle and more, along with browser extensions for all the main web browsers.
Password managers offer a simple way to increase your protection against potential data and security breaches. Passwords need to be not only strong, but also varied across different sites to prevent the spread of individual breaches. Keeper generates strong and random 12-character passwords that vary for every site. Keeper also supports two-factor authentication, and comes with a Security Audit feature that allows you to revise potentially weak passwords.
Notably, Keeper also offers zero knowledge — meaning if you forget your master password, there is no way to access the passwords it has stored for you across various sites. This means your data wouldn’t be turned over in the case of the company being subpoenaed.
Safer online transactions
Keeper Unlimited can securely scan and store your payment cards for faster checkouts online. So in addition to storing your passwords in a digital vault, Keeper will keep your credit card info safe and sound, too.
Sharing is caring
Keeper lets users securely share records with family, friends, or colleagues. It also lets users add up to five emergency contacts to grant vault access in the event of an emergency. It’s like giving your keys to a neighborhood friend that you trust — only this key can’t be copied.