KeyKeeper is the only password management solution you will ever need. KeyKeeper secures your passwords and account data with strong 512-bit RSA encryption, and offers a flexible, powerful interface so you don't have to trade ease-of-use for security.
Why Password Management?
You have a growing number of online accounts for everything from banking to e-mail, and each account has a login and password to remember. Required password resets, username availability, and password complexity rules can make account management a nightmare. The wasted time and effort expended on password resets, usernames lookups, and account lockouts can be both frustrating and costly.
In an effort to simplify the problem, countless users choose simple, easy to remember (and guess) passwords or use the same password for many, if not all their accounts. Don't risk your priceless data! Using unique, strong passwords is one of the easiest and most effective ways to safeguard your accounts. The key to being able to implement strong passwords on all your accounts is a password management utility.
How Does KeyKeeper Work? KeyKeeper provides users with a simple, flexible interface to manage account information including logins, passwords, and notes. The utility encrypts your data using a private key that you can carry with you on a USB drive, floppy disk, or CD. Without the key plus an optional password, your encrypted account list can not be viewed.
Is My Data Protected?
Yes. KeyKeeper uses the RSA encryption algorithm, which is the basis for many online transactions requiring secure data exchange. KeyKeeper utilizes 128, 256, or 512 bit keys to protect your data (128 remains an internet browser standard). Although 512 bit keys are slightly slower to calculate and apply, they offer users the maximum security currently allowed to be exported from the United States without a license*.
What Is KeyKeeper Compatible With? KeyKeeper needs the Microsoft .NET Framework V2.0 to be installed on your PC. KeyKeeper is currently designed to run on Windows XP, and needs a minimum of 32 MB of available RAM (memory) and 10 MB of hard disk space.
KeyKeeper was designed to use a simple copy-paste mechanism to transfer passwords to login forms. This design ensures you have maximum control over how your passwords are displayed, hidden, and retained on your PC.
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