PCMag has once again chosen Keeper as the Best Password Manager of the Year! This is the third straight year that keeper has been selected for the annual Best Tech Products of the Year list. Additionally, PCMag named Keeper as an Editors’ Choice, with a rating of “Excellent.”
PCMag’s 2020 “Best Tech Products of the Year” list encompasses 100 products across 15 categories, carefully selected from nearly 2,000 reviews that PCMag editors conducted over the past year.
In naming Keeper Best Password Manager of the Year, PCMag notes, “Keeper Password Manager is a slick, full-featured solution for improving the security of your passwords. In addition to storing passwords, identities, and payment details, it offers password sharing and inheritance capabilities. Keeper also includes a password-strength report and a tool that scans the dark web for data breaches that include your personal information. Keeper pledges a zero-knowledge environment, and you can secure your account with several two-factor authentication methods.”
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Easy, secure access to all of your passwords, on all of your devices
Between desktop PCs and laptops, tablets, and phones, most of us access several different digital devices each day. Keeper makes sure that your passwords are at your fingertips regardless of which device you’re using. Neil J. Rubenking and Ben Moore rave about Keeper’s cross-device compatibility in their detailed review for PCMag:
“The main reason to use a password manager is to create varied, strong passwords for every website and app you use—ones that you don’t have to remember for yourself. However, it’s also important that you can access your passwords from every one of your devices without difficulty. Keeper Password Manager & Digital Vault delivers an excellent experience across a ton of platforms and browsers. It also offers top-notch features such as robust two-factor authentication support, good sharing capabilities, and full password histories.”
Over 80% of successful data breaches are traced back to stolen or compromised passwords. As our lives move increasingly online, Keeper will continue in its mission to protect individuals, families, and organizations from password-related cyberattacks.