Looking for a password manager? This Keeper Security deal offers you 50% off

There's not many things more annoying then trying to log onto one of your online accounts and realising that you've forgotten the password. Especially when most of us only have a few passwords that we just rotate - which makes hackers' lives easier.

Thankfully, getting one of the best password managers is a straightforward way to ensure you don't forget your password and maintain your online security.

And with Keeper Security's latest offer this just became quite affordable - the provider has got 50% off on all three password managing plans.

Each plan suits different needs, so if you're looking for the most cost-cutting option, you could get away with paying a mere $14.99 for a whole year of the Keeper Unlimited Plan.

The plan comes with plenty too - it helps you generate super secure passwords, login with fingerprint or Face ID and much more. Or if you want more complex features why not sign up to the Family Bundle (more details below)?

Not only are these great discounts, they're all on a provider which we rank the third best overall password manager (see our full Keeper Password Manager review here). It's a premium product which alerts you if any of your passwords are weak, has 24/7 customer support and much more.

Still not sold? Keep reading to get all three deals in full.

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