AI can crack your passwords. Here’s how Keeper can help.

As AI becomes more advanced, it’s important to consider all the ways AI can be used maliciously by cybercriminals, especially when it comes to cracking passwords. While AI password-cracking techniques...

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Data leaks occur when sensitive data is unintentionally exposed from within an organization. Data leaks can refer to both the leakage of digital data, meaning anything that can be transmitted through the internet, as well as physical data, such as USB drives.  Continue reading to learn how data leaks happen, how serious they can be

What Are Data Leaks?

An account takeover attack is a form of identity theft in which a cybercriminal takes over someone else’s online account. Cybercriminals steal a victim’s login credentials without them knowing through methods such as brute force attacks and phishing. Once the cybercriminal gains access to a victim’s account, they change the login credentials to prevent the

What Is an Account Takeover Attack?

Phishing emails have traditionally been easy to spot by looking for signs such as misspelled words and unsolicited links and attachments. Although phishing emails are not a new occurrence, they have become a part of our daily lives. With the advancement of technology, however, the cybercriminals behind these phishing emails now have developed new ways

How To Spot Phishing Emails

You can check if your personal information has been compromised by using a dark web monitoring tool. A dark web monitoring tool continuously scans the dark web for specific personal information, such as your login credentials, so you can know exactly what information about you or your accounts has been compromised. Knowing if your data

How To Check if Your Personal Information Has Been Compromised

You can identify a scammer by spotting red flags such as sudden requests for your personal information, grammatical and spelling errors in emails, offers that seem too good to be true, along with other signs.  Read on to learn about the red flags that can help you identify scammers and what you can do if

How To Identify a Scammer

Keeper Security’s Privileged Access Management (PAM) solution, KeeperPAM™, has been recognized as a Value Leader in PAM by the IT and data management analyst research and consulting firm, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) on their EMA Radar Report for 2023. Keeper being named as a Value Leader for PAM follows the designation from GigaOm in June

EMA Names Keeper Value Leader for Privileged Access Management

To stay safe from Zelle scams, you should only send Zelle payments to people you know, be wary of urgent payment requests, use a different app to send and receive payments from strangers, use strong passwords and enable Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) on your banking accounts. Continue reading to learn about common Zelle scams and how

How To Stay Safe From Zelle Scams

Keeper Security is excited to announce a significant update to our Android app that we think users will love. This update is heavily focused on bringing the same fresh, modern look to our Android user interface that our Web and Desktop received earlier this year and iOS just last month. The highly anticipated release incorporates

Keeper Security Introduces Major UI Update for Android

No, you cannot get hacked just by opening an email. The only way you can get hacked through an email is by interacting with the contents of the email, such as clicking on a malicious link or attachment.  Continue reading to learn more about malicious emails and how to avoid getting hacked through them.  What

Can You Get Hacked Just By Opening an Email?

Storing your bank passwords in a password manager is the safest way to store them without putting them at risk of becoming compromised. When targeting online accounts, cybercriminals often target those that are most valuable, which includes your bank accounts. Securing your bank accounts with strong passwords is crucial to preventing bad actors from accessing

Should I Store My Bank Passwords in a Password Manager?

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