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Subject description: Password Manager for Linux (and other platforms)
First, you need Java installed, also called Java Virtual Machine.
In order to run Keeper, you just need to make sure your Java Virtual
Machine is up-to-date.
Installing Java 8 :
#apt install openjdk-8-jre #Depending on your Ubuntu or Debian version, you may or may not be able to install Java 8. Just switch to java 7 if java 8 is unavailable. Stretch has java 8 in repo.
1. Create a folder to put the app
$ mkdir KeeperDesktop
2. Extract KeeperDesktopLinux.zip
$ unzip KeeperDesktopLinux.zip
3. Run it
$ java -Xms256m -Xmx1g -jar KeeperDesktop.jar
You may want to add a parameter like -d32 or -d64 which will tell the Java VM to utilize the appropriate 32/64-bit version.
This can speed up the encryption performance by 10x depending on the machine and java version. The second and third parameters
tell the Java VM how much memory to allocate and allow for the application.
You can adjust these params as you see fit for your system's setup.
After you launch Keeper, you'll find a new folder in your home directory, i.e.:
If you want to create an executable shell script then just make it look like this:
cd <install folder>
java -Xms256m -Xmx1g -jar KeeperDesktop.jar
Inside this folder is keeper.sql which is an SQLite3 format database.
If you enjoy using Keeper on Linux and you would like us to continue supporting
this platform, please tell your Linux friends to download the app.
From README.txt inside zip file
Downloading Keeper :
While you are at it, you can also install the addon for Firefox and Chrome, called KeeperFill : KeeperFill is a browser extension that lets you autofill your login credentials in your favorite websites.
Keeper is free for one device only. You can upgrade to a paid version if you have a need to sync your passwords with other devices.
You can kick the tires with a free trial, creating an account : https://keepersecurity.com/vault/#
Keeper protects your information with 256-bit AES encryption and PBKDF2, widely accepted as the strongest encryption available.
Keeper utilizes Amazon AWS to host and operate the encrypted Cloud Security Vault providing customers with unlimited secure backups.
Terms of services :
Free user account :
A Free User of the software is permitted to use Keeper on one mobile device without the ability to backup, restore, share or save their records outside of the one mobile device. If the device or data is lost or stolen, a Free User will not be able to restore their records. Free User accounts are allowed to upload and store five (5) files in their Keeper vault subject to a maximum storage size of 100MB. After this file limit, a Free User will be required to purchase a paid storage plan.
If you are a free user who has not utilized the Software within 12 months, Keeper Security reserves the right to terminate and delete your account. Notice will be sent to you prior to termination based on the email address associated with your Keeper account.
Review : https://www.consumeraffairs.com/internet/keeper.html
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