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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Last summer, the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority raised eyebrows when it ruled that anyone with over 30,000 social media followers is now a celebrity under UK advertising regulations. There’s an inherent cybersecurity lesson here for all social media influencers, regardless of follower count. Once you become an influencer, you are running an online business, one

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As parents have been telling their children since time immemorial, being popular isn’t always a good thing. For example, if you’re using a password that is popular with many people around the world, you’re setting yourself up to be breached. Cybercriminals already know about these passwords, as they’ve all appeared in the many large data

Are You Using One of the Most Popular Passwords in the World?

The ’20s are here — again! Things are a bit different in 2020 than they were in 1920. We don’t have flying cars yet, but they will be driving themselves around soon. Newspapers and radio have given way to mobile apps and podcasts and criminals can now steal sensitive files without ever setting foot in

Roar Into the ’20s with These 5 Cybersecurity Tips

To use public Wi-Fi, or to not use public Wi-Fi is an understandable conundrum, especially during this busy travel season. It’s easy and tempting to make that free and easy connection to a public Wi-Fi but resist the urge. The convenience simply isn’t worth the cyber risk. In short, public Wi-Fi is a cybersecurity nightmare

The Problem with Public Wi-Fi

Cybercriminals are increasing the use of highly-targeted and sophisticated social engineering schemes designed to steal passwords. This was among the key takeaways from the Ponemon Institute’s 2019 Global State of Cybersecurity in Small and Medium-Sized Businesses. Cybercriminals like social engineering schemes because they work. The weakest link in any organization’s cybersecurity is its own people;

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In addition to making sure your passwords don’t fall into the wrong hands, a comprehensive password manager also helps you save time and be more productive. That’s why Keeper continuously solicits feedback from our customers regarding helpful features they’d like to see integrated into our products. On that note, Keeper is pleased to announce an

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With 2019 drawing to a close, we’re excited to announce that PCMag has once again chosen Keeper as the Best Password Manager of the Year. This is the second year in a row Keeper has been selected for PCMag’s annual Best of the Year list. Additionally, PCMag recently rated Keeper “Excellent” and named it an

Keeper is Named PCMag’s Best Password Manager for Second Consecutive Year

The 2019 holiday shopping season may not “officially” begin until November 28th, but some retailers are already holding early Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. Shoppers are eager to get started as well; data from Google shows that some retailers started seeing holiday web traffic as early as the first week of October. Online shopping

6 Ways to Stay Cyber Safe during Black Friday and Cyber Monday

November marks Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and offered an opportunity to reflect on the data security challenges faced by everyone and the specific issue of scams targeting the elderly as well as the importance of password protection. Sadly, scammers and cybercriminals are increasingly targeting the elderly for a number of reasons, including: Isolation and loneliness leave

Cybercriminals, Online Scammers and the Elderly

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