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This top password manager is 50% off in this back to school sale

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The season for back to school sales is here and if you're looking for an easy way to keep track of your passwords, one of our top password managers is on sale. 

For a limited time, Keeper is taking 50% off all Unlimited and Family plans (opens in new tab). That's the biggest percent-off discount we've seen from Keeper all year. (They normally offer 40% off). After discount, you can get a Keeper Unlimited 1-year plan for $17.50 (was $34.99) or a Keeper Family (five users) plan for $37.49 (was $74.99). 

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Keeper is a password manager with top-notch security. It's fast, full-featured, and offers a robust web interface. For a limited time, Keeper Unlimited and Keeper Family plans are 50% off. For instance, you can get a 1-year plan for $17.50 (was $34.99) or a 1-year Family plan for $37.49 (was $74.99). Family plans allow for up to five users. 

Keeper is one of the best password managers we've reviewed. In our Keeper password manager review we found the service to be dependable, inexpensive, and very secure. Although Keeper has a free tier, we recommend upgrading to the paid plan as it offers everything in the free plan plus syncing across unlimited devices on all platforms, secure record-sharing, priority 24/7 support, and emergency access for family members in case you are ever incapacitated.

Keeper relies on AES 256-bit encryption to secure data on its servers and on your devices. Your data is only ever unencrypted on your device after you enter your master password. That means if Keeper's servers were to ever be hacked, your data would remain secure.

In terms of features, we like Keeper's Security Audit which gives you an overall security score based on all your passwords and color-codes each one red, yellow or green. The Keeper mobile app also does an excellent job of bringing over most of the functionality from the desktop and web interfaces to your mobile.

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.