Password Managers » Comparisons » Firefox Lockwise VS. Keeper

What is Firefox Lockwise?

Lockwise is a password and form manager for Firefox that allows you to access passwords from any device. It features a built-in random password generator, auto-fill forms, one-click login, and automatic form filling using the data of stored entries.
For desktop, Lockwise is synced with Firefox and is included in the browser. On mobile, Lockwise is also available as a standalone app for iOS and Android devices.


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What is Keeper?

Keeper is a password manager application and digital vault that stores website passwords and other sensitive documents using 256-bit AES encryption, zero-knowledge architecture and two-factor authentication.
Keeper also offers several features to assist with security, including the ability to force file deletion from web servers, and an optional firewalled cloud-based service. Files and passwords in Keeper can be synced, backed up in the cloud. Every record in the user's private vault is encrypted with a unique encryption key, so your data can't be accessed without your password.


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