How to Make a RememBear Backup Kit

How to Make a RememBear Backup Kit

7 minute read When we started designing the security model for RememBear, we regularly asked ourselves, “What would happen if someone successfully hacked our servers?” Working from there, we removed as many attack vectors as we could. Our goal was to make sure you could sleep comfortably at night knowing »

RememBear Adds Support for 2FA

RememBear Adds Support for 2FA

6 minute read Today we're excited to announce two-step verification support for logins, commonly referred to as "2FA". If you're already a user of this extra layer of security, RememBear helps speed up your log ins even further by putting all your information in a single place. No »

Get to Know Your New Device Key

Get to Know Your New Device Key

When you first set up your RememBear account, you saved a copy of your Backup Kit and stored it somewhere safe. The first section of your kit is filled with your New Device Key, a long random string that’s used for both encryption and authentication in RememBear. It’s »

Secure Your Notes With a Bear

Secure Your Notes With a Bear

We take all kinds of notes each day: an email address, an idea that comes to mind, a reminder to call someone back. Most notes can be jotted down on a piece of paper, or in our phones, and that’s fine. Other notes are more sensitive and deserve a »

Securing the RememBear Browser Extensions

Securing the RememBear Browser Extensions

Editor’s note: This blog post requires some base level understanding of cryptography and networking protocols. We’d like to share the details behind the decisions that secure the contents of your RememBear, but some of them are fairly technical. Links to outside resources have been provided where we felt »