How to Install Keeper Password Manager on Ubuntu 17.04

To Install Keeper Password Manager on Ubuntu 17.04

Keeper is one of the most powerful and secure online password manager tools. It uses Amazon AWS to host and operate the encrypted Cloud Security Vault which is why it provides its users with unlimited secure backups. This also uses 256-bit AES encryption and PBKDF2 to encrypt the user information and passwords to ensure the best security. It also comes with an extension, mobile app, and even desktop app support for all the browsers and operating systems. It supports two-factor authentication, fingerprint login and Keeper DNA which uses personal devices like your smartwatch to confirm your identity. It is so simple to install Keeper Password Manager, and this article covers the method to install it on Ubuntu 17.04.

 

Installing Keeper password Manager 

If you want to install the Keeper password Manager, make sure you download the latest stable version from its official site. You can use the wget command in the following manner.

root@linuxhelp:~# wget https://keepersecurity.com/en_US/static/apps/KeeperDesktopLinux.zip
--2017-11-11 11:42:50--  https://keepersecurity.com/en_US/static/apps/KeeperDesktopLinux.zip
Resolving keepersecurity.com (keepersecurity.com)... 52.3.150.1
Connecting to keepersecurity.com (keepersecurity.com)|52.3.150.1|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 30426735 (29M) [application/zip]
Saving to: ‘KeeperDesktopLinux.zip’

KeeperDesktopLinux.zip   100%[===============================>]  29.02M   699KB/s    in 60s     

2017-11-11 11:43:52 (498 KB/s) - ‘KeeperDesktopLinux.zip’ saved [30426735/30426735]

 


Once the file is downloaded, you shall extract the file by making use of the following command. 

root@linuxhelp:~# unzip KeeperDesktopLinux.zip -d keeper
Archive:  KeeperDesktopLinux.zip
  inflating: keeper/aopalliance-1.0.jar  
  inflating: keeper/bcprov-jdk15on-1.48.jar  
  inflating: keeper/cacerts          
  inflating: keeper/commons-io-1.4.jar  
  inflating: keeper/commons-logging-1.1.3.jar  
  inflating: keeper/guava-18.0.jar   
  inflating: keeper/guice-4.0-no_aop.jar  
  inflating: keeper/ini4j-0.5.4.jar  
  inflating: keeper/javax.inject-1.jar  
  inflating: keeper/jna-4.2.2.jar    
  inflating: keeper/jna-platform-4.2.2.jar  
  inflating: keeper/KeeperDesktop.jar  
  inflating: keeper/log4j-1.2.17.jar  
  inflating: keeper/proxy-vole-1.0.2.jar  
  inflating: keeper/sqlite-jdbc-3.8.11.2.jar  
  inflating: keeper/tika-core-1.6.jar  
  inflating: keeper/tyrus-standalone-client-1.11.1.jar  
  inflating: keeper/README.txt       

 

You shall now proceed with the installation by running the following command which kickstarts the installation process.

root@linuxhelp:~/keeper# java -Xms256m -Xmx1g -jar KeeperDesktop.jar

 

Once the application is installed, It will automatically opens  the application , you can add records by clicking on the New option. 
application

 

 

You can make modifications in your settings.  
settings
With this, the installation of Keeper Password Manager comes to an end. 
 


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