keeper is a password manager that lets you store all of your credentials in one place and prevents unauthorized users from accessing them. The application comes with a nicely-designed, intuitive interface, provides you with multiple security options, and helps you generate strong passwords for new personal accounts.
This utility gives you access to a tutorial which comes in handy if you're new with this type of programs. You can attach comments to the stored items, organize your account credentials into folders, and use the built-in search tool to immediately find the login information you need.
Also, by installing the keeper browser extension (it can be downloaded from the homepage of the developer) on your Mac you unlock the program's ability to automatically log you in to your accounts by using the stored credentials.
A disadvantage is that the program supports only 2 output formats when it comes to exporting the stored information (PDF and CSV).
Even though keeper isn't as feature-rich as other password managers I tested on my Mac, it gains many points when it comes to protecting your private information. In my opinion, it's worth giving this program a try if you're looking for an efficient and safe way to store your account info and other private data on your Mac.
- Comes with a built-in search tool
- Brings you a password generator
- Lets you back up and share stored data
- Provides you with useful hints
- Allows you to organize items into groups
- Supports only 2 output formats (PDF and CSV)