Keeper End-User Guides

Guides for consumer and business end-users on desktop and mobile devices.

About Our Security

Keeper is a Zero-Knowledge platform. The data stored in a Keeper vault is encrypted and decrypted locally on the user’s device using keys that are derived by the user's master password. Note: business customers may not use a Master Password if Keeper is integrated into the enterprise Single Sign-On (SSO) solution. Keeper Security employees have no ability to decrypt customer data, because the keys are managed by the customer. In addition to zero knowledge architecture, Keeper provides a number of two-factor authentication methods including Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, SMS and FIDO U2F security keys. Keeper Security is SOC2 and ISO27001 certified and we actively maintain a public vulnerability disclosure program and bug bounty program.
For more information about our security please visit our public security disclosure page at:
Detailed encryption architecture can be found at:

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