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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An exploit kit is a toolkit that cybercriminals use to attack the security vulnerabilities of a system or device to distribute malware. An exploit is a bit of code that takes advantage of security vulnerabilities found within software and hardware. Cybercriminals collect these bits of code and compile them into a kit that can target

What Is an Exploit Kit?

Remote work has increased the usage of Remote Desktop Protocol. However, Remote Desktop Protocol connections can have many vulnerabilities if not properly secured. The best way to secure Remote Desktop Protocol connections is by creating strong login credentials and using a secure network. This will help protect your company from cyber attacks that could compromise

How To Secure Remote Desktop Protocol

No, you cannot get hacked by replying to a scam text, but you can get hacked from a scam text if you click on a malicious link the scammer sends you. According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Americans lost a total of $330 million from scam texts in 2022, making scam texts a serious

Can You Get Hacked by Replying to a Scam Text?

The modern threat landscape is constantly changing and the software supply chain has become a common target for cybercriminals. Cyber threats have become a headache for overworked developers and DevOps teams as they face tight deadlines, limited staffing resources and the added burden of ensuring that their code does only what it is intended to

Secure Software Supply Chain by Signing Git Commits With Keeper

U.S. court employees need to access dozens of systems and applications in order to complete their duties. These employees may also have access to Personally Identifiable Information (PII), which must be securely stored and managed with strict access controls. Court systems need a way for employees to easily and securely access systems, and share passwords

Secure Password and File Sharing for Federal and State Courts

There are several ways in which passkeys are different from passwords in terms of how they are created, how they are filled into websites and how they are secured. Passwords are user-generated whereas passkeys are automatically generated using public key cryptography. Unlike passwords, passkeys are a new type of digital credential that is phishing-resistant and

Passkey vs Password: What’s the Difference?

It is notoriously difficult to detect a man-in-the-middle attack. However, these attacks do have some subtle signs, including landing on obviously fake websites and your internet connection mysteriously becoming unreliable. Additionally, man-in-the-middle attacks often happen on open, unencrypted public networks, so it’s very important to be aware of your online environment at all times. Continue

How To Detect Man-in-the-Middle Attacks

Passwordless authentication is a security method that allows a user to gain access to a system without entering a traditional password. Instead, it relies on alternative means of verification, such as biometric data (like fingerprints or facial recognition), hardware tokens or one-time codes sent to a trusted device. By eliminating the need for users to

How to Transition to a Fully Passwordless Environment With Keeper, Passkeys and SSO

Common Venmo scams include phishing scams, offers of fake prizes and cash rewards, fake payments and more. The more aware you are of common Venmo scams, the better you can avoid falling for them and losing money. Continue reading to learn some of Venmo’s most common scams, what to do if you’re scammed on Venmo

Common Venmo Scams To Avoid

Cyber threats and ransomware attacks can be crippling for public sector organizations. The cost of ransomware attacks in government often runs into the millions of dollars, which mostly stems from downtime and recovery (or in some cases, paying the ransom). A Sophos’ 2023 “State of Ransomware” report noted that in 2023 the K-12 education sector

Why the Public Sector Needs Cyber Insurance

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