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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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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

Yes, it is possible for someone to hack your Zelle account with your phone number if you use your phone number as a method of authentication for the Zelle app. This is possible due to a cyber threat known as a SIM-swapping attack. However, this shouldn’t be a cause for panic, as there are security

Can Someone Hack Your Zelle With Your Phone Number?

The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) introduced its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) program in early 2020. CMMC is a security framework and assessor certification program designed to ensure that all Defense Industrial Base (DIB) contractors meet at least basic cybersecurity requirements for handling Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), which includes compliance with a variety of

Expedite CMMC With Keeper Security

To detect lateral movement, organizations need to identify abnormal network activity, map lateral movement paths, analyze user behavior and verify unknown devices. If left unnoticed, lateral movement can often lead to data breaches and the loss of highly sensitive data. Organizations can prevent lateral movement within their network by enforcing least privilege access, implementing zero

How To Detect and Prevent an Attacker’s Lateral Movement in Your Network

You can avoid scams on Facebook Marketplace by only using secure methods of payment, looking at buyer and seller reviews, inspecting an item closely before purchasing it and only communicating through Messenger. While Facebook Marketplace is a great way to find clothes, furniture and other items at discounted prices, there comes the risk of being

How To Avoid Scams on Facebook Marketplace

Malware is malicious software that cybercriminals use to infect a victim’s device. Cybercriminals use malware to gain control of the device, damage it or steal sensitive information. They use different types of malware to infect and exploit a user’s device. Some common types of malware include ransomware, Trojans, spyware and keyloggers.  Continue reading to learn

Twelve Common Types of Malware

You can securely share passwords with friends and family by using a password manager. A password manager is a tool that aids users in creating, managing, securely storing and sharing their passwords. Some password managers also allow you to securely share additional sensitive data such as paperwork and credit card details  Continue reading to learn

How to Securely Share Passwords With Friends and Family

The frequency and severity of cyber attacks has increased dramatically since 2020, and the trend looks to continue in 2024. For the last four years, the education sector has been among the top five industries targeted by criminals. In fact, a recent cybersecurity report noted that ransomware attacks affected 79 percent of higher education providers

Why Higher Education Needs to Prioritize Cybersecurity in 2024

While looking for a job, you have to be careful about which jobs you apply to and avoid job offer scams. Some signs of a job offer scam are if the recruiter asks for personal information before hiring you, the job seems too good to be true, the company wants you to pay for something,

Seven Signs a Job Offer Is a Scam

You can stay safe from gift card scams by checking gift cards for physical tampering before purchasing them and avoiding requests that ask you to purchase gift cards as a form of payment. While gift cards are a common gift that many people choose to give each other, they are also commonly used by scammers

How To Stay Safe From Gift Card Scams

SOC 2 – which stands for System and Organization Control 2 – is a cybersecurity compliance framework that specifies how third-party service providers should store and process organizational and client data.  SOC 2 is part of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ (AICPA) SOC reporting framework and utilizes the AICPA Statement on Standards for

What You Should Know About SOC 2 Compliance

A botnet is a network of infected devices known as bots, which are controlled by a single attacking party known as a bot herder. Botnets are made up of Internet of Things (IoT) devices such as computers, mobile devices, network routers and smart TVs.  Botnets are used to carry out time-consuming cyber activities such as

What Is a Botnet?

The main difference between malware and viruses is that malware is an umbrella term used to describe all types of malicious software, whereas viruses are a specific type of malware. In other words, all viruses are malware but not all types of malware are viruses. Continue reading to learn what malware is, what a virus

Malware vs Virus: What’s the Difference?

If you accidentally answer a spam call, scammers know your number is connected to a real person and can target you with more spam calls. These targeted spam calls will try to trick you into giving up your personal information which allows cybercriminals to steal your money, your identity and even your voice. You should

What Happens if You Answer a Spam Call?

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