Password Manager for Firefox
Keeper Password Manager and Digital Vault is a simple, streamlined way to protect your passwords and personal information anywhere you run Mozilla Firefox. It’s the industry-leading password manager Firefox users trust to keep their passwords and private data away from cybercriminals. It offers the strongest security, but it also ensures easy access for you without having to juggle or remember long, complex passwords.
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Why use a Password Manager for Firefox?
It’s tempting to let your guard down when it comes to password security, especially when you’re browsing with Firefox in your home computing environment or on your mobile phone. After all, keeping track of complicated, random strings of characters is a hassle. Some people simply use the same password for all their websites and accounts on Firefox—often something easy to remember. But weak passwords are also easy to discover and steal, which is why long, hard-to-guess passwords are so important. Without a strong system for managing passwords on Firefox, criminals can access your identity, money, personal information, and more.
To solve the password dilemma, Keeper makes managing Firefox passwords simple. Using 256-bit AES encryption, Keeper for Firefox gives you a secure location for storing all your diverse passwords and other kinds of login information. Keeper works on any device where you use Firefox, including your home computers, laptop devices, phones and more.
How does Keeper work on Firefox?
When you use Keeper, you don’t have to remember and manage all your different passwords. Instead, you’ll choose a single strong master password that is used only for Keeper. From there, Keeper does all the work, providing a secure and convenient way to manage Firefox passwords and logins and to secure your credit card numbers, bank accounts and other personal information on connected devices.
In fact, using custom fields, Keeper can also help you protect and securely access data such as answers to security questions, pin numbers, and the account numbers you use while you’re browsing the web with Firefox. You can also securely store files on your Keeper vault, such as wills, financial information and important documents. At the same time, you can easily share individual records or entire folders with family members or other trusted parties using Keeper.
Keeper is different
Keeper is what’s known as a zero-knowledge platform, which means your Firefox passwords and private information are stored in your personal encrypted digital vault. You are the only person who can access the vault, and everything stored in your vault is encrypted and decrypted locally on your device.
KeeperFill® autofills your passwords, but keeps you secure
Long, random passwords are the best way to protect yourself from data breaches and identity theft. But they’re not only hard to remember, they can be cumbersome to enter every time you want to log in. To ensure the most secure and seamless password protection possible, we recommend you disable the Firefox built-in password-saving features and use KeeperFill® to save and autofill your passwords across your browsers, devices, and computers. KeeperFill® is a convenient tool that automatically generates strong passwords and then autofills them into the websites you access via Firefox. You can also use it to securely and confidently autofill address and credit card information stored on your computer, no typing necessary.
Simplify with Keeper now
Firefox users everywhere protect their data, passwords and more with Keeper. On any device where you use Firefox to browse the web, Keeper lets you:
- Easily organize and access your passwords and private information
- Sync instantly across all your devices, including smartphones, tablets, and computers
- Generate strong random passwords instantly
- Autofill passwords and data for all your websites
- Keep key personal data safe and secure, including website logins, passwords, financial records, credit cards, and other digital information