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Keeper vs 1Password: User ratings and reviews

Keeper
1Password
iOS App StoreiOS App Store

Keeper

Keeper has a 4.9-star rating with over 167,000 reviews.

This represents the highest rating in the entire password management category.

Keeper’s excellent customer service and the app’s ease of use are reasons iOS users prefer Keeper over 1Password.

1Password

1Password has a 3.4-star rating with under 1,900 reviews.

Some of iOS users’ biggest complaints with 1Password include an issue with FaceID which has left users locked out of their password vaults.

Google Play App StoreGoogle Play App Store

Keeper

Keeper has a 4.6-star rating with over 100,000 reviews.

Keeper has over 10 million downloads, which is the highest in the industry.

1Password

1Password has a 3.6-star rating with just over 6,000 reviews.

There are only 1 million+ downloads of 1Password on Android devices.

Chrome ExtensionChrome Extension

Keeper

Keeper has a 4.8-star rating with over 8,000 reviews.

1Password

1Password has a 2.7-star rating with 1,700 reviews.

Mac App StoreMac App Store

Keeper

Keeper has a 4.8-star rating with over 2,200 reviews.

1Password

1Password's listing on the Mac App Store has a 3.1-star rating with 3,000 reviews.

1Password for Safari has a 2.0-star rating with 711 reviews.

1Password 8 is not available via the Mac App Store.

Microsoft StoreMicrosoft Store

Keeper

Keeper has a 4.8-star rating with 886 reviews.

1Password

1Password's listing on the Microsoft Store shows as "Alpha" and has a 3.3-star rating with 132 reviews.

* Data as of April 10, 2024

See how G2 users rate Keeper vs 1Password

Feature

Keeper

1Password

Ease of Use

Keeper

9.2/10

1Password

9.0/10
Direction of Product (% Positive)

Keeper

9.0/10

1Password

8.7/10
Mobile app usability

Keeper

9.0/10

1Password

8.8/10
Multi-device use

Keeper

9.4/10

1Password

9.3/10

* Data as of April 10, 2024

What makes Keeper the best 1Password alternative?

Keeper1Password

Keeper encrypts at the record level

Keeper is built with a proprietary zero-knowledge security architecture, meaning all encryption and decryption is done locally on the user’s device. Each record is encrypted using AES-256 with a different and unique key that is randomly generated, client-side.

1Password is zero-knowledge, but they only encrypt data at the vault level and do not also encrypt each individual record and folder with a different AES-256 key. See their security design here.

Keeper makes sharing easier than 1Password

Keeper provides shareable folders and individual records within a single vault to allow for easy and effective access, sharing and management.

Shared records between Keeper users works by encrypting the record key with the public key of the recipient.

A record share in Keeper is kept fully in sync with the source data so the shared record is always up-to-date. Keeper's sharing also supports bi-directional edits.

Keeper provides users with Time-Limited Access sharing, enabling them to set an expiration date on shares, ensuring access is revoked and extending least-privilege.

Keeper supports One-Time Share links to non-Keeper users, but even that method keeps the data perfectly in sync between the users. Further, Keeper has enabled Self-Destructing Records, allowing users to create records that can be shared with anyone and will delete themselves from the sender’s vault after a specified period or after the recipient views the record.

1Password requires a user to create separate vaults for sharing different sets of passwords. 1Password uses tags and nested tags to organize data between different vaults.

1Password’s external sharing system creates a copy of the record contents with the recipient. Information in the shared data is not in sync with the original source.

Keeper provides market-leading security infrastructure and policies

Keeper has the longest-standing SOC 2 Type 2, ISO 27001 and TRUSTe certification in the industry. Keeper’s ISMS will ensure that strict security controls are in place to protect customer data and ensure secure operation of products and services.

Keeper is also FedRAMP Authorized and StateRAMP Authorized – proving our commitment to maintain the highest standard of cybersecurity.

Keeper is ITAR compliant, with all development and engineering comprising US-based employees that are US Citizens.

Keeper does not outsource any software development.

Keeper integrates with all SAML 2.0 identity providers including Entra ID (Azure), Okta, Ping and hundreds of others.

1Password is not FedRAMP Authorized or in progress of achieving authorization.

Superior SSO integration

Keeper integrates with all SAML 2.0 Identity Providers (IdP) including Azure, Okta, Ping and hundreds of others.

When using Keeper with SSO, there's no master password, and encryption is performed using 256-bit Elliptic Curve keys.

Keeper holds multiple US utility patents on zero-knowledge SSO integration and other technology.

Keeper has a dedicated application in both the Azure Marketplace and Google Workspace Marketplace, providing quick time-to-value for organizations and easing SSO integration. Keeper is the only dedicated app in the industry in the Google Workspace Marketplace for SSO and SCIM configuration.

Keeper provides a fully cloud-based system for syncing Google Teams to Keeper without hosting any infrastructure.

1Password has an integration with Okta and Azure, but it's using OIDC, not SAML.

1Password does not have a generic SAML connector.

1Password does not hold any US utility patents.

1Password is not available in the Azure Marketplace or Google Workspace Marketplace.

1Password does not integrate with Entra ID (Azure) for seamless authentication.

Logging in to a new device

Keeper is seamless, using push notifications to allow for a frictionless login experience.

The Keeper Automator service provides automated device approvals without any user interaction required.

Logging in to 1Password with a new device requires an old device or admin-initiated recovery. Recovery is a back-and-forth of emails and a login by the admin.

Provisioning

Keeper supports direct SCIM provisioning with any identity provider, without requiring any software installation.

Keeper supports multiple identity providers, configurations and nodes for different organizational units all within the same Keeper tenant.

1Password’s SCIM provisioning requires installation of the 1Password SCIM Bridge in either on-prem or cloud environments.

1Password only permits the use of a single identity provider. They don't support advanced configurations, nodes and multiple identity providers in the same environment.

Dark web monitoring

Keeper's BreachWatch® keeps everything in our infrastructure and protects hashes with hardware security modules.

BreachWatch backend architecture was built to prevent the correlation of a breached password to an actual password in the user's vault, no matter the size of the data breach. The hashing used in the breached password detection utilizes a physical Hardware Security Module to ensure that hashing can only be performed online - to prevent any threat of brute force attack on the BreachWatch data.

1Password sends customer-hashed passwords to 3rd party services such as "Have I Been Pwned," putting full trust into a single-person operation in Australia.

Keeper provides isolated hosting in more regions

Keeper offers hosting in US, US (GovCloud), EU, AU, CA and JP.

1Password only offers US, CA and EU hosting.

Keeper's secrets manager is a superior technology

Keeper provides 6 API languages and more than 20 integrations with popular CI/CD and developer tools. Management of secrets is fully integrated into the Keeper vault and the Commander CLI. Keeper's secrets manager platform provides record-level and folder-level access.

Keeper Secrets Manager (KSM) is fully cloud-based and does not require any on-prem service to broker requests. KSM was built from the ground up to be fully integrated into Keeper's platform.

Keeper supports automated password rotation, enabling users to securely rotate credentials in any cloud-based or on-prem environment. Users can rotate service accounts, Active Directory accounts, Windows or Linux Users, cloud accounts, SSH keys, database passwords and more.

Automated password rotation is managed directly in the Keeper vault.

1Password's secrets automation platform offers only 3 pre-built CI/CD integrations, 2 IaC integrations and 60+ Shell plugins.

1Password automation, which is based on an acquisition of SecretHub, requires the user to install a "Connect Server" in their environment.

The Connect Server is deployed through Docker and encryption responsibilities are passed on to the customer to implement TLS encryption in their Docker or Kubernetes environment.

1Password does not support automated password rotation.

Other critical differentiators

Keeper offers a multi-tenant MSP solution.

Keeper's node architecture allows different identity providers to be used within the same tenant.

Keeper Connection Manager (KCM) provides privileged sessions and secure remote access. KCM is fully integrated with cloud-brokered connections to remote infrastructure and remote browser isolation for secure and recorded browsing sessions.

Keeper Compliance Reports provides on-demand visibility to access permissions on records and credentials in your enterprise, without exposing secrets.

Keeper allows admins to create password generator enforcement policies at the domain level.

Keeper leads in customization. Admins can enable custom record types for distinction in their organization and upload personalized logos for better adoption. Users can also change their theme colors, giving them a more user-friendly experience.

Keeper secures master password-based accounts with 1 million rounds of PBKDF2, device approvals and super-encryption on our infrastructure.

Keeper provides secure, end-to-end encrypted messaging with KeeperChat.

1Password does not offer an MSP solution.

1Password does not offer node architecture or multiple identity providers.

1Password does not offer any kind of privileged session management software.

1Password does not offer password generator enforcement policies for domains.

1Password requires users to store a secret key in addition to a master password rather than securing keys with PBKDF2.

1Password does not offer any kind of encrypted chat.

* Data as of April 10, 2024

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Frequently asked questions

1Password Family vs Keeper Family package: What’s the difference?

Keeper Family allows you to secure and share unlimited passwords for households with five private vaults, 10GB file storage, unlimited devices, emergency access and 24/7 support. Keeper Family costs only USD$6.25 per month.

1Password also allows families to securely store passwords, export data and share passwords but requires creating multiple vaults for sharing. Keeper allows individual record sharing and folder sharing. 1Password only comes with 1GB of document storage, while Keeper comes with 10GB of storage.

Does 1Password have a problem of not being able to verify the identity of browsers?

1Password users have reported on password security forums that "1Password can't verify browser" issues and are seeking alternative solutions to the problem.

How can I import passwords from 1Password?

You can import passwords from 1Password to Keeper Security with these simple steps:

  • Sign in to your 1Password account
  • Select the vault or subscription you want
  • Export the data
  • Log into Keeper on the web or desktop app
  • Click on your account icon > Settings > Import
  • Choose 1Password from the list and drag the exported file into the "Drop a File" window

Learn more about importing from 1Password with this step-by-step, device-specific guide.

How do I cancel 1Password?

If you no longer want to keep your 1Password subscription, follow this three-step process:

  • Log into your 1Password account.
  • In the top right corner, select your name and click My Profile.
  • At the bottom of the page select Permanently Delete Account.

Remember to export your credentials and then import them to your chosen 1Password alternative before closing your account.

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