It is always recommended that you use unique and complex passwords on different websites for maximum security. An average Internet user will definitely have accounts on at least 10+ websites. It becomes almost impossible for us to remember all the passwords. Earlier we used to use simple passwords consisting of alphabets or numbers only. But nowadays people prefer using passwords with small letters and big letters, alphabets, numbers and special characters which are really tough to crack.
When it comes to my side of things, I have accounts on more than 100+ different websites and services and I use different passwords for different websites. Remembering all these passwords is a real pain. This is where KeepSecurity Password Manager and Vault come into the scene. This is one of the best password managers out there that comes with both free as well as paid versions.
Keeper Password Manager Review
There are tons of features and options that make Keeper Password Manager one of the best password managers in the industry. We will go through them one by one to see what KeeperSecurity Password Manager has to offer.
Ease of Use
The first and foremost thing is how easy is it to use the Password Manager. Similar to any other password manager Keeper Password Manager will autofill your login credentials on any website/service. It is super simple and easy.
After registering for the first time, it will ask you if you want to import credentials from other password managers. A lot of people use the built-in password manager of Chrome, if you are someone who uses that then you can easily import them to Keeper. You will have to install the Keeper Import tool to get it done.
You can add records to Keeper using their website or let it auto capture with the help of an extension for the browser. You will see a Keeper logo icon next to the Username and Password field. Clicking on it will generate and save a highly unique and complex password for you. Once saved, next time onwards when you visit the site, Keeper will autofill the username and password for you. All you have to do is simply click the login button.
Security and safety are of high importance when it comes to Password Manager. A Password Manager contains all your passwords, payment info, and other important details. If someone gains access to your account, you are potentially risking all your other login credentials.
- Two Factor Authentication
You can enable two-factor authentication to add an additional layer of security to your account. Even after entering the username and password, you will be asked to enter a security code as well, making the login even safer.
- Security Keys
Similar to 2FA, Security keys help you add an additional layer of security. Keeper supports FIDO compatible U2F hardware-based key security devices. You can use them to protect your account as well.
- Self Destruct
This option in Keeper will erase all the locally stored keeper files after 5 failed attempts.
Apart from these, Keeper also comes with Auto-Approve devices from recognized IP and auto logout options as well.
Keeper Password Manager is available for multiple platforms and device including:
In case something goes wrong, Keeper Emergency Access will let others access your account and all the records. You can assign up to 5 people for Emergency Access. This feature will be really useful in the case of some sort of emergency or death of the person. This means the family members or your close ones will be able to access the records.
Secure File Storage
Something that I liked a lot about Keeper Password Manager is the file storage service that it offers. You can use it to store confidential documents and/or important files of ID, etc. Not all Password Managers have this option. Anyway, it is good to have so that you can upload and store those files in the cloud securely and access them anytime anywhere from any device.
Ability to Share Records
How cool will it be if there is an option to share some details or files with someone? Well, Keeper got you covered. There might be cases where you want to share some particular details with someone. You might don’t want to share the entire account info but only the login credentials of a particular site only, Share Records option in Keeper will let you do the same.
Be it any records or files, you can easily share them. You can also let the other person edit or modify it as well. By default, the other person won’t be able to edit the credentials.
Pricing and Trial
Keeper Password Manager comes with both free as well as paid versions. The free plan only comes with a very limited set of features and options. But the paid version comes with all features included like multi-device support, multi-platform sync, unlimited records, sharing, etc.
- Keeper Password Manager [Unlimited] – $2.91/month or $34.99/year.
Here’s everything included in the paid plan:
- Unlimited Password Storage
- Unlimited Identity & Payments
- Fingerprint & Face ID Login
- Unlimited Devices & Sync
- Secure Record Sharing
- Emergency Access
- Web Application
- 24/7 Support
When the pricing of Keeper Password Manager is compared to that of others in the market, we can see that Keeper is more affordable and also you get some cloud storage to store your super confidential documents as well.
Keeper Password Manager is definitely a great password manager that comes with lots of options and support for multiple platforms including Windows, Android, iOS, macOS, and almost all leading web browsers including Chrome and Opera.