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RememBear Review


Pros & Cons of RememBear

Syncs across Windows, macOS, Android and iOS devicesMore expensive than some similar apps
Fun user interfaceDoesn’t check for duplicate or compromised passwords
Secure 256-bit AES end-to-end encryptionBackups and syncing only available with subscription

Key Features of RememBear

We looked at the five most important features of any password manager, including: security and encryption, app compatibility, usability, password sharing and price. Below is a breakdown of RememBear’s key features.

Security & Encryption

remembear review Security & Encryption

When it comes to encryption, users can rest easy knowing that RememBear uses top-of-the-line 256-bit AES end-to-end encryption. If you aren’t familiar with what that means, it might help to know that it is the same type of encryption routinely used by banks to secure user information. End-to-end means that no one actually sees your login information but you, not even RememBear itself.

In addition to the encryption, RememBear also employs other effective security safeguards such as secure remote password (SRP), which protects your data during the transfer from your device to the RememBear servers, and key management system (KMS), which keeps data encrypted even if RememBear experiences a server breach. These safety practices ensure that your data is protected during its entire journey between your devices and the RememBear servers.

RememBear also provides additional login security by requiring a new device key (NDK), a randomly generated 16-digit code, when trying to access your RememBear vault. A hacker can’t access your vault even if they have your Master Password without the NDK. Finally, RememBear also offers two-factor authentication for extra security when logging into certain online accounts, but not for logging into your RememBear vault.