Keeper Launches Elegant Password Management Tool for Internet Explorer

Fast & Secure Access to Your Favorite Websites

Internet Explorer has not had a decent password management solution. Previous attempts were limited in synchronization and security, difficult to use, or enclosed. Keeper's new extension brings a complete password management solution to Internet Explorer. Keeper for IE generates, stores, syncs, and auto-fills credentials easily. All records are protected by 256-bit AES encryption with PBKDF2 key derivation as well as Two-Factor Authentication.

Without an easy and secure way to store and sync passwords, people succumb to password fatigue and fall back on risky habits. Users will store passwords in plaintext on public drives, email them, or use the same weak passwords over and over. This behavior exposes people and businesses to major security risks. In many recent breaches, hackers gained entry to systems with a single set of stolen credentials. Keeper eliminates this risk by making it easy to quickly and safely access any login in Internet Explorer.

Many businesses are a mix of BYOD and company devices - now absent any commitment to a single device type, platform or browser. Keeper is the perfect tool for businesses using IE and other platforms. Keeper can securely distribute logins, share encrypted credentials between employees, and sync passwords between Internet Explorer and any other browser, device, or OS an employee may use personally.

Keeper is intent on making password generation, storage, and auto-fill as easy and seamless as possible. The new Keeper IE extension is only the first of many new technologies to come in 2014 to make encrypted access more efficient.



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