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Pros / Keeper supports a few third-party authenticators, which is better than most password managers.

Cons / It doesn't have a robust form-filler feature.

 Verdict / Keeper supports a wide range of browsers and operating systems and is compatible with third-party authenticator apps. This secure password manager is a good choice to protect your passwords.

Keeper captures and saves passwords so that you can log in securely. It supports almost every feature associated with the best password managers. Keeper is compatible with most major browsers. It beats most competitors in terms of customer service.

Other than the ability to import passwords from competing products, Keeper has all of the important features associated with the best password managers. You can synchronize passwords across platforms and access them from anywhere. Your master password is used to unlock the encrypted files that Keeper generates; however, due to Keeper's zero-knowledge policy, only you know your master password.

Although Keeper can manage passwords, it doesn't have options to store personal data to automatically complete online forms. While you can still store this data as a note in Keeper, it doesn't have the option to fill in forms, other than usernames and passwords. This cloud password manager organizes and stores files and photos in a vault.

You can give trusted contacts access to certain passwords by putting them in a shared folder. Just as it cannot provide you with your master password, Keeper cannot access your devices, nor can it decrypt files that you back up to its servers. You can customize this password management software to automatically log out when it's been idle too long.

Keeper supports multifactor authentication, which forces an additional step to the typical username and password login. Unlike many online password managers in our review, each of which relies on its own in-house multifactor authentication methods, Keeper supports third-party authenticator apps from Google, Duo, RSA and SecurID. Keeper also provides the option to get a one-time code as a text message.

Keeper is compatible with more operating systems than many competitors; it runs on Windows and macOS as you would expect, but it also works with Linux. Regarding browsers, Keeper supports Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Edge and Safari via the KeeperFill browser extension. Keeper also is compatible with mobile devices running Android and iOS. If you have an Apple Watch, you can use it to log into your Keeper account on iOS.

The norm for password manager publishers is to restrict support to email and social media. Keeper goes beyond the basic offerings to provide 24/7 live chat access to customer service in case you have a question. You can also get support over the telephone.

  • Proactive Security
  • Ease of Use
  1. How well the software encourages you to make smart security decisions.
    Higher is Better.
  2. 8  Keeper
    92.0 %
  3. 100.0 %
  4. 98.0 %
  5. 93.0 %
  6. Category Average
    91.6 %

Summary

Keeper is perfectly poised to replace manual password management methods with ones that automate the process and encourage stronger passwords. Keeper enables an encrypted depository for all digital files, not just passwords. This password management software is a strong contender, and its customer service is very good.

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