Keeper Security Introduces One-Time Password Sharing with Zero-Knowledge Encryption

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Keeper Security, the leading provider of zero-trust and zero-knowledge cybersecurity software, today announced the launch of One-Time Share, a new feature that enables Keeper users to securely share records with anyone on a time-limited basis, using Keeper’s zero-knowledge encryption and zero-trust security model.

Keeper One-Time Share is the easiest and most secure way to send confidential information to a friend, family member or co-worker without exposing sensitive information over email, text message or messaging. One-Time Share links are restricted to the recipient’s device only and automatically expire at a time of the Keeper user’s choosing. One-Time Share records can only be used on one device. Even if the user forgets to unshare the record, it will expire automatically, and the recipient’s access will be revoked.

“Devastating cyberattacks are one comprised password away,” says Darren Guccione, CEO and Co-founder of Keeper Security. “With One-Time Share, we are helping both individuals and businesses securely share critical information, whether that’s sharing access credentials with a contractor in a business environment or a family sharing their WiFi password or security system code with a houseguest or vendor.”

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Keeper One-Time Share provides time-limited, secure sharing of a record (such as a password, infrastructure secret, document or other confidential information) to a recipient who does not have a Keeper account. The encryption model implemented for One-Time sharing uses the same technology as Keeper Secrets Manager, a zero-knowledge and zero-trust cybersecurity platform for protecting cloud infrastructure.

For added ease of use, One-Time Share can be delivered using QR Codes, Airdrop, email, SMS or other out-of-band channels. As an additional layer of security, One-Time Shares are also device-locked which means that only the original recipient is able to access and decrypt the data. If the link is later opened up by a third party or the user’s email account is compromised, the data cannot be decrypted, except on the original recipient’s device.

Keeper One-Time Share is available for all customers (both paid and free) and commercial customers (including Business, Enterprise and MSP plans).

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