If you’re a LastPass customer and are thinking about switching to a new, full-featured password manager, it’s a great time to check out all of the features that Keeper’s individual and family plans have to offer. Here are just a few of the great benefits you’ll get from Keeper, PCMag’s Best Password Manager of 2020:
- Keeper uses a proprietary zero-knowledge encryption platform. We do not store our users’ master passwords on our servers, nor can we access our customers’ encryption keys to decrypt their data.
- Keeper allows users to sync across multiple devices in real-time
- Automatically generate unique, high-strength, random passwords for all your sites and apps, and store them in a personal, encrypted digital vault. You’ll never lose or forget another password again.
- Store multi-factor authentication (2FA) codes and make 2FA verification a breeze.
- Put more than just passwords in your encrypted digital vault; Keeper can protect your sensitive files, documents, photos, and videos, too.
- Securely scan and store your payment cards for faster checkout on websites and apps.
- Supports all two-factor authentication methods, including Windows Hello, fingerprint ID, SMS, and security devices such as YubiKey.
Switching from LastPass to Keeper Is Easy
Moving your passwords from LastPass to Keeper is simple and secure. With just a few clicks, you can migrate any information you have stored in LastPass, including passwords, folders, subfolders, notes, and accounts, while maintaining full encryption. Here’s how:
- Download Keeper Desktop for Windows, Mac, or Linux.
- After you login or create an account, click on Settings > Import > LastPass.
- Type in your LastPass email and master password. If you’re using two-factor authentication, you’ll be asked to enter your code.
- Click Next. Your folders and passwords will be mapped automatically.
- Click Import to finish.
For more information on why so many LastPass customers have already switched to Keeper, and to save 30% on our individual and family plans, click here.
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