Password management has passed the point of no return. Lastpass’s annual survey of password security last year found employees at small companies had as many as 85 unique system logins. Without the assistance of a password manager, handling even a quarter of that number from memory is a nightmare without using simple, recycled passwords that are easy targets for experienced cyber thieves.
A quality management app like Keeper Unlimited Password Manager ($53.99, 40 percent off) is a reliable way to keep all those logins safe from criminals and your own finite brainpower.
Backed by a nearly perfect 4.9 out of 5-star rating from over 130,000 reviews in the Apple App Store, Keeper automatically creates rock-solid randomized passwords for every system login, password prompt and website registration you encounter.
Your 12-to-20 digit passwords are safely created and saved, ready to auto-populate whenever you return. Keeper also securely keeps track of all your financial and personal identity information like credit card numbers, addresses and phone numbers, which can also be used to automatically fill in registration forms, surveys or any other information gathering you face online.
The one master password you have to remember to access Keeper is itself protected by two-factor authentication, requiring either a fingerprint or facial recognition ID along with your password to gain entrance. But in the event you want to share your access, you can create passwords made for sharing with others or secure documents and other materials in a virtual Keeper vault that can only be seen with your permission.
Keeper also adheres strictly to zero-knowledge security protocols, so none of your private passwords or identity information is ever saved in any of Keeper’s servers. Only you know your password and all your data is kept and encrypted in your devices, safe from any evil online forces.
Regularly $89.99, a three-year subscription to Keeper Unlimited Password Manager is now 40 percent off, just $53.99.
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