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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Password rotation has become less necessary for personal accounts if they are protected with strong and unique passwords and MFA. Organizations do need to implement password rotation to protect privileged accounts; however, manually rotating passwords can lead to security risks such as compromised passwords. Organizations need automated password rotation to protect privileged accounts from becoming

Why Organizations Need Automated Password Rotation

No, it is not safe to text a password because text messages are not encrypted. This means anyone can intercept the data being sent through texts, including passwords, placing your accounts at risk of becoming compromised.  Continue reading to learn more about password-sharing practices to avoid and how you can share passwords safely with friends,

Is It Safe to Text a Password?

You need to protect your Social Security number to prevent identity theft. Threat actors can use your Social Security number to commit fraud and leave you with lasting effects such as debt, damaged credit and financial loss. It can be difficult to tell if someone uses your Social Security number without your permission. However, you

How To Tell if Your Social Security Number Was Stolen

The main difference between passwordless authentication and Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is that passwordless authentication completely removes the use of passwords, whereas MFA is used in conjunction with passwords. There are also differences in a user’s login experience when using passwordless authentication versus MFA, deploying each of them and their cost. Continue reading to learn more

Passwordless Authentication vs MFA: What’s the Difference?

Organizations need a Privileged Access Management (PAM) solution to protect their privileged accounts from misuse and compromise. However, not all PAM solutions are created the same. Traditional on-premises PAM platforms can lack the features needed to provide a dynamic and secure solution. The key features to look for in a modern PAM solution include zero-trust

What To Look for in a PAM Solution

A passkey manager is a tool that aids users in generating, storing and managing the passkeys they use to log in to their accounts. There are many types of passkey managers available on the market, including ones that come built into your devices, browser-based passkey managers and dedicated passkey managers that allow you to access

What Is a Passkey Manager?

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) has become a cybersecurity necessity for protecting online accounts. It ensures that only authorized users can access an account. However, when picking an MFA method, some options are more secure than others. An authenticator app is safer than SMS authentication because it generates 2FA codes locally, which prevents cybercriminals from intercepting the

Authenticator App vs SMS Authentication: Which Is Safer?

Yes, passkeys can be shared when you store them in a password manager that supports them. Since passkeys are tied to the devices they’re created on, sharing them with someone who uses a different Operating System (OS) isn’t an option. However, with a dedicated password manager, users can share their passkeys with anyone, no matter

Can Passkeys Be Shared?

Organizations separate access to specific data and administrative capabilities into different types of privileged accounts in order to securely run their operations. Some types of privileged accounts include domain administrator (admin) accounts, local admin accounts, privileged user accounts and emergency accounts. If not properly managed or secured, cybercriminals can gain unauthorized access to these privileged

Types of Privileged Accounts

A few ways you can identify if a text message is fake is if its context is irrelevant to you; it’s claiming to be someone you know from an unknown number; it displays a sense of urgency; it’s asking you to click on a link; and it contains spelling, grammatical errors or both.  In recent

How To Identify a Fake Text Message

While browsing the internet, you may accidentally install spyware on your phone without even knowing. Android phones are known to be more susceptible to spyware than iPhones; however, anyone who owns a smartphone needs to watch out for spyware – especially if your phone is outdated or jailbroken. Some ways you can tell if spyware

How To Tell if Spyware Is on Your Phone and How to Remove It

Child identity theft occurs when someone uses a minor’s personal information to get loans, open credit cards, steal benefits or secure employment– all under a child’s name. One in 50 children in the U.S. are victims of child identity theft yearly, making it crucial for parents to take steps to protect their children from identity

Child Identity Theft: What It Is and How To Protect Your Child

If someone steals your Social Security number, they can use it to open bank accounts under your name, steal your benefits, file your tax return and commit other types of fraud. Your Social Security number is tied to your identity in the U.S. Without it, you are unable to identify yourself to receive employment and

What Can Someone Do With Your Social Security Number?

The launch of the Apple Vision Pro has brought a new era to computing along with an exciting and fresh approach to how people interact with technology and the world around them. Keeper® is excited to be a part of this by providing a seamless, secure and encrypted login experience through our Apple Vision Pro-compatible

Secure Spatial Computing With Keeper and Apple Vision Pro

To use a passkey on an online account or application, you first need to generate the passkey using your device or password manager. Once your passkey is generated, you can use it to sign in to the online account or application it’s for without having to enter a password.  Continue reading to learn more about

How Do You Use a Passkey?

Amazon provides users a convenient way to shop online, making it one of the most popular online retailers. However, its popularity has made it a prime hub for online scams. Scammers often impersonate an Amazon representative or legitimate seller to trick users into giving up their personal information. Some common Amazon scams you need to

Common Amazon Scams To Avoid

As more people have shifted to using streaming services for shows, movies and music, keeping those accounts secure has become crucial to prevent them from being hacked. Some signs that point to your streaming account being hacked include being unable to log in to your account, unusual login attempt notifications and an upgraded account you

Signs Your Streaming Accounts Have Been Hacked

Cybercriminals can spread malware through phishing attacks, man-in-the-middle attacks, exploit kits and drive-by downloads. Cybercriminals typically use social engineering tactics to trick people into downloading malware or exploit security vulnerabilities to install malware without the victim knowing.  Continue reading to learn more about malware, how cybercriminals spread it, how to detect if your device is

How Do Cybercriminals Spread Malware?

One-Time Share is a feature Keeper® Password Manager offers that allows users to securely share passwords and other sensitive data with anyone on a time-limited basis. When using One-Time Share, the recipient does not have to be a Keeper user themselves, making it convenient to securely share sensitive information with anyone.  Continue reading to learn

What Is One-Time Share and What Are Its Benefits?

Your data that’s stored with an organization you trusted could become exposed due to a targeted cyber attack or data breach. If your data was part of a public data breach, you need to change any compromised passwords, monitor your accounts for suspicious activity, freeze your credit and notify any relevant parties of the data

Recovering From a Data Breach: What You Should Do

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