When your users save passwords in the browser, it makes it easy for the bad guys to hack into your network. 

Verizon’s new 2020 Data Breach Investigations Report shows that attackers are increasingly successful using a combo of phishing and password-stealing malware to grab user credentials from web browsers.

Once hackers gain access, they can steal usernames and passwords to any accounts your users save in web browsers. With 50% of employees using the same password for work and personal accounts, this makes the risk of credential theft and account takeovers even greater!

Find out now if browser-saved passwords are putting your organization at risk.

KnowBe4’s new Browser Password Inspector (BPI) is a complimentary IT security tool that helps you understand your organization’s risk associated with weak, reused, and old passwords saved in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge browsers.

With Browser Password Inspector you can:

  • Inspects available Windows user accounts on your network for browser saved passwords

  • Checks against weak passwords and password reuse currently active among users in your Active Directory

  • Reports on the accounts
     and does not show/report on actual passwords

  • Simply download the install and run it, results in minutes!

The results might make you feel like the first drop on a roller coaster!

Requirements: Active Directory, Windows 7 or higher (32 or 64 bit) NOTE: The analysis is done on the workstation you install BPI on, no confidential data leaves your network, and actual passwords are never disclosed. BPI scans Windows machines only at this time. 

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