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Stay Logged In
How to activate the new Stay Logged In feature and extend your Logout Timer setting.

Stay Logged In - Overview

Many customers would like to stay logged into Keeper for a longer period of time. Keeper's new "Stay Logged In" feature allows you to remain logged into the vault between browser and computer restarts. Here's how to turn it on:

Web Vault & Desktop App

(1) Sign into Keeper on the Desktop App or browser extension and visit the Settings > Security screen. Then turn on the Stay Logged In option. (Note: This might be disabled by Enterprise Administrators).
Turn on Stay Logged In
(2) To increase the amount of time that you're logged in, you can also increase the setting for the Logout Timer. This is also in Settings > Security.
Auto-Logout

Browser Extension

If you have the Browser Extension installed, you need to set the Logout Timer there.
From your Browser Extension settings, make sure that your Logout Timer is set to the value you prefer. The Logout Timer can also be disabled by toggling the switch.
The Logout Timer setting can be found in the Settings > Logout Timer screen.
Logout Timer and Stay Logged In on Browser Extension
For security reasons, we recommend setting a reasonable logout timer when "Stay Logged In" is enabled. Note that Enterprise Administrators may disable or limit this feature based on the security settings of your organization.
The next time you restart your web browser or computer, signing into Keeper simply requires either opening the Web Vault, or making a single Click on the Browser Extension toolbar and clicking "Next".

Security

Keeper's Stay Logged In feature is built upon the new Login API V3. The user's Master Password is NOT stored on the device or computer when using the Stay Logged In feature. Keeper utilizes advanced encryption, session management tokens and device authorization capabilities to protect your vault.

Last modified 8mo ago