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 »

RememBear Official Launch

RememBear Official Launch

Back in October of 2017 we released our second security app to beta, a delightful password manager named RememBear. After months of testing, refining and auditing, we’re excited to announce our next major milestone. RememBear Version 1.0 is available for download on all your devices. Today’s release »

Securing your RememBear

Securing your RememBear

When we launched RememBear to Beta, we were happy to receive a steady stream of great questions surrounding how we built our new password manager. Even though we spent a lot of time perfecting the Bear animations, we invested even more time thinking through RememBear’s security design. In this »

RememBear Security Audit

RememBear Security Audit

When you download a password manager and begin adding sensitive passwords for services like your email, bank and social accounts, you’re placing your trust in that service. As a customer, you expect the makers of your password tool to have created a service that is well designed and secure. »