A Secure Password Manager for Chrome

Anywhere you use Google Chrome, Keeper Password Manager is a worry-free way to ensure your passwords are strong and protected. Keeper enables convenient access since it remembers your passwords for you.

Once you log into your Web Vault, Keeper protects you on every mobile device and computer you use, and syncs across all of them instantly. Whether you’re using Chrome on your Mac, PC, desktop or smartphone, Keeper takes the complexity out of high-security password management.

Is having a password manager for Chrome necessary?

Yes. Every time you open a Chrome web browser, you enter numerous passwords for things like shopping, banking, healthcare or streaming video. The password for each of those accounts should be a unique, long and random string of at least 12 characters to make it difficult for cybercriminals to steal. Unfortunately, many people skip those steps and use simple passwords or reuse the same password on multiple accounts. Password cracking scams quickly figure out these weak passwords.

Without secure password protection for Google Chrome, cybercriminals can learn your web passwords and access any site you do – where they can steal your identity, money, personal information and more. Having a secure password manager like Keeper is important to keep your data and passwords safe when using a web browser like Chrome.

How is Keeper more secure than Chrome to save passwords?

Keeper is a "zero-knowledge" platform for managing Chrome browser passwords, files and other private information. Your passwords are stored in an encrypted digital vault that is only accessible to you. The data stored in your Keeper vault is encrypted and decrypted locally when your master password is entered correctly. Along with the benefits of its zero-knowledge architecture, Keeper supports a number of two-factor authentication methods you can use to log into Chrome, including fingerprint and facial recognition.

It's secure and simple. Instead of remembering and managing dozens, even hundreds, of different passwords, you’ll select one strong master password that is used exclusively for Keeper. Then Keeper does the rest. It's the most secure and convenient way to keep track of passwords, logins, credit card numbers, bank accounts and other personal information on Chrome and on any platform, including Mac and Windows.

Keeper vs Chrome Password Manager




Encrypts all vault data and secures encryption keys


Enables safe and secure password sharing


Provides access to your passwords from anywhere on any device, including other web browsers


Stores more than just passwords, including files and pictures



How KeeperFill® works on Chrome

The Chrome browser comes with an autofill feature, but the Keeper Browser Extension for Chrome offers a more secure and seamless solution to save and autofill your passwords across all browsers and devices.

KeeperFill automatically generates and stores strong passwords, then autofills them into the websites you access. Keeper's built-in password generator instantly creates and remembers strong passwords with just one click.

Use Keeper for Chrome to fill:

  • Username and passwords
  • Payment Cards
  • Billing and address information
  • TOTP Codes
Keeper Password Manager for Chrome

What Keeper does

  • Protects your Chrome passwords and private information
  • Syncs seamlessly across all your smartphones, tablets and computers
  • Creates strong passwords with Keeper’s random password generator
  • Autofills and remembers new passwords for all your websites with KeeperFill
  • Utilizes AES-256-bit encryption and PBKDF2 security technology

How to Use Keeper

  • Easily import passwords from Chrome to Keeper
  • Securely share Chrome passwords and files with family, friends and coworkers
  • Store your credit and debit card information securely
  • Integrate with two-step verification providers (SMS, Google or Microsoft Authenticator, Duo Security, or RSA SecurID)

Frequently asked questions

What is the best password manager for Google Chrome?

The best password manager for Chrome is Keeper Password Manager because it offers the most robust cybersecurity solution. Keeper is zero trust and zero knowledge – meaning no one but the end-user can access their vault, not even Keeper’s own employees.

Keeper is FedRAMP authorized and StateRAMP authorized. Additionally, Keeper holds the longest-standing SOC2 and ISO27001 certifications in the industry.

How do I add Keeper Password Manager to Chrome?

Adding Keeper Password Manager to Chrome is easy. Here’s how to do it.

  1. Download the Keeper browser extension
  2. Pin Keeper to your Chrome toolbar by clicking on the puzzle icon in the top right corner
  3. Enable Keeper on all sites by right-clicking the following: Keeper icon > This Can Read and Change Site Data > On All Sites
  4. Disable Chrome’s built-in password manager by going to: Chrome settings > Toggle the "Offer to save passwords" and "Auto Sign-in" features to off

You can also watch our video explaining the steps to adding Keeper Password Manager to Chrome.

Is it safe to store passwords in Chrome?

No, it is not safe to store passwords in Chrome or any other browser's built-in password manager. Although browser password managers store passwords in encrypted databases, the encryption keys remain unprotected and in predictable locations – meaning passwords can be easily compromised.

If a cybercriminal were to breach or infect your device with spyware, they'd be able to access your browser settings and see all your saved passwords in plain text.

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