Password Manager ‘Keeper’ Hits 5 Million User Mark

Keeper Security announced that its mobile security app for managing passwords and private information has surpassed 5 million users, adding a new ever every 11 seconds on average.

“Keeper is now the leading password management application in the market today, offering both individuals and enterprise users with military-grade encryption and strong usability,” says Darren Guccione, CEO and co-founder of Keeper. “Keeper was created to serve two important and unfulfilled needs in the password and data management industry: convenience and security.”

The company is also slated to launch FastFill for Android soon, an Android app that auto-fill’s users login credentials across all mobile apps and browsers on their smartphones and tablets. Keeper will also launch its Secure File Storage feature in July, giving users the capability to upload, encrypt and store sensitive and confidential files, such as private documents, photos and videos, in their Keeper vault. Customers will also be able to securely share files with fellow Keeper users vault-to-vault, making Secure File Storage the best way to save and transfer even the most sensitive information.

“The Keeper development team built Fastfill and Secure File Storage with the same encryption and security that has become essential to Keeper users,” says Craig Lurey, CTO & Co-Founder of Keeper.

Alternatives to Keeper include LastPass.




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