Change Your Passwords with KeeperFill

Change Your Passwords with KeeperFill

Aug 4, 2022

Long, randomly generated passwords that are created for each of your logins helps to protect your accounts from cybertheft and account takeover. KeeperFill’s Password Change feature makes the process of changing high-risk passwords easy. Install our KeeperFill Browser Extension to take advantage of this time-saving feature. For more information, please see our KeeperFill video which I’ve linked below.

To change a password using KeeperFill, navigate to the site you want to change the password for, in this example I am using Twitter. Now locate the “Change Password” page which is usually located in the account or privacy settings of the website. Once there, you will automatically receive a prompt from Keeper asking if you would like help changing your password. By clicking Yes, Keeper will guide you through a few quick steps to change your password and simultaneously update the record in your vault.

If Keeper doesn't automatically appear, click on a Keeper lock and choose “Change Password” from the menu options.

Keeper locks will appear in each password field that is displayed. The first few prompts will ask you to click on the Keeper locks one by one to automatically fill your current password then generate and fill a new password. You will see as I move through each step, the KeeperFill instructions simultaneously progress, directing you on what to do next.

Now, I’m asked to save the changes I made to my vault. By clicking Save, the corresponding record will automatically update in my vault with the new password. Now, you will be asked to submit the change on the website, often by clicking Save or Submit. As you can see here, my password change was successful and accepted by the site.

As a final step, upon submitting the change or refreshing the page, you will have an opportunity to confirm that the change was successful by clicking Yes or reverting the change if, for example, you made a mistake or if the site did not accept your password update.

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