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Keeper gets 256-bit AES, two-factor authentication

updated 02:34 pm EDT, Thu August 1, 2013

Several more languages supported

Keeper has released v.7 of its self-named, multi-device platform aimed at storing and sharing private information, such as passwords. In terms of protection, users now have access to 256-bit AES encryption and PBKDF2 password derivation, as well as two-factor authentication. A new auto-fill option has been added, but is still secured using HTTPS authentication.

Other improvements include a landscape view, a fast login mode, and more account management options. Language support has been significantly expanded, and now covers Russian, Korean, Polish, traditional Chinese, and Brazilian Portuguese. Platform support remains unchanged, covering iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows, Windows Phone, OS X, and Linux.




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