To make the most of Keeper's Browser Extension, we recommend that you disable your browser's built-in password saving features. Keeper provides a much more secure and seamless solution to save and autofill your passwords across all browsers, devices and computers.
Install KeeperFill from the Chrome Store
From the Chrome menu, open Preferences.
Click on Advanced.
In the People section, click on Passwords.
Turn off the Offer to save passwords toggle.
Consumer customers can login to the Keeper browser extension with the Keeper email address and Master Password. If you are part of an Enterprise rollout, you may be directed to login with your Enterprise SSO Login credentials.
On the Chrome browser, the extension will automatically login when you login to the Web Vault. Other web browsers may require you to login separately to the Vault and Browser Extension.
For customers who login with SSO, you can type in the Enterprise Domain supplied by your Keeper Administrator.
You can search for any website login or other information stored in your Keeper vault from the KeeperFill extension. The search feature is case insensitive and will match any record within your vault.
Clicking the Keeper lock allows you to quickly fill and login to the site. You can fill login and password by clicking on fill button or click on Show More to fill individual fields.
If you have multiple logins for the same website, click on the dropdown to expand the selection and display all of the matching records.
When logging into a website, the Keeper Browser extension will provide a list of matching records. The matching is performed by looking at the "Website Address" field of the record as well as the custom fields.
The list of matching records is determined by looking at the URLs stored within your Keeper record. Once the list is generated, a series of logical steps determines the sort order of the selection list, and which specific record is selected as the default choice.
1. If the page you're visiting has a subdomain (e.g. xyz.google.com), then Keeper first looks at the subdomain for the closest match in your vault records. The best matches are sorted by the last time they were used.
2. After checking subdomain, Keeper looks at the "path" information (e.g. xzy.googe.com/some/path) and compares it to the path stored within your Keeper record. The best matches are again sorted by the last time they were used.
3. If the page contains an email address on the screen (such as a pre-filled email field) then Keeper will pre-select the record from the subdomain and path criteria which contains the email field.
To create a new login for a website, click on Create New. Keeper will also offer to save passwords as you type them on a website login screen.
Click on the Dice to generate a secure password for this website. Customize the strength of the password and click Save.
To have Keeper automatically fill custom fields into login forms, simply create a custom field in your record, in the web vault with the name of the form field (e.g. "Account Number"). If the name matches the field on the screen near the form field, Keeper will fill it for you.
To make sure KeeperFill is able to locate the record in your vault to fill, be sure to set the Website Address in your record to the same domain as the website (e.g. amazon.com).
Some sites have more than one domain (website address) that require the same exact login/password. If this is the case for any of your records, rather than creating an entirely separate record, KeeperFill allows you to store multiple website domains within one record. So no matter what domain you are logging in from, KeeperFill will recognize that domain as an alias and allow you to login with the same stored credentials.
To store multiple website domains within a single record:
While viewing the record, click Edit.
Click the + Custom Field button.
In Custom Field Name, enter a field name (e.g. Website Alias).
In Custom Field Value, enter the site's alternate domain name.
To finish, click Save.
You can continue to repeat this process for additional domain names by clicking the + Custom Field button again.
Records that have a stored Two-Factor Authentication Code (TOTP) can be filled through KeeperFill.
Storing Two-Factor codes in the vault has several advantages:
Keeper two-factor codes are more secure than using SMS text messages.
Two-factor codes stored in Keeper are protected with strong Zero-Knowledge encryption.
They can be auto-filled quickly while logging in to a site, saving time and reducing friction.
Keeper records are securely backed up so if you lose a device you don’t have to reset all the codes.
Keeper records are shareable, so if you have multiple needing to logging with the same credentials, they won’t need to hunt down the person who has the only device with the code.
Two-Factor Codes can also be filled from the context menu.
KeeperFill can also fill payment cards and identity information that are stored in your Vault. Payment cards are only available for filling on websites which you currently have a Keeper record in your vault.
If a website form field does not display the Keeper lock icon, users can right-click on the field to produce a context menu with KeeperFill features. The context menu offers the ability to fill logins, payment cards, addresses and create new passwords.
The KeeperFill Right-Click context menu provides the following features:
Filling record login fields
Filling payment card fields
Filling billing and address fields
Filling TOTP Codes
Creating a new record
Opening the extension window
Launching the Web Vault
Logging out of your account
Learn more about Identity & Payments by visiting the web vault user guide.
To access the full Web Vault in your browser, click on the Vault icon. You can also access your vault from the Keeper Desktop application or any other mobile device.
To install Keeper on your device or computer, visit our Download page:
Right click on the Extension image in the top right.
Select "Remove from Chrome"
On the pop-up, select the blue "Remove" button
In rare cases, Chrome’s content caching engine can conflict with installed plugins operations. This can easily be correct with the following procedure:
Windows or Linux, press “CRTL” + “Shift” + “Delete” to bring up the “Clear browsing data” dialog. On Mac press “Command” + “Shift” + “Delete”.
Select the “Advanced” tab in the top right of the window.
Set the “Time range” to “All time”
Select the “Cached images”, “Cookies”, “Browsing history” and “Autofill” checkboxes.
Press the “Clear Data Button”.
Quit and relaunch chrome.
In extremely rare cases, Chrome will require a full reset. Resetting Google Chrome will clear the browser’s data and turn off all third-party extensions, which can be another factor behind Chrome’s blank screen error. To reset the browser:
Click the “Customize Google Chrome” button and select Settings.
Press the “Advanced” button.
Scroll down to the “Restore settings to their original defaults” option.
Click the “Restore settings to their original defaults” option.
Select the “Reset settings” option.
Quit and relaunch Chrome.
Re-enable the “Keeper” extension.
Create a vault record with the initial web page in the “Website address” field.
Create a “Custom Field” entry with the URL of the website you get redirected to.
When logging in, Keeper will automatically recognize the relationship of the two URL’s within the record and use the associated username and password for either website listed in the record.