The Waves browser extension allows users to manage their private keys and interact securely and seamlessly with Waves-enabled web services and dApps.
As part of the team’s effort to make Waves more user-friendly and increase its appeal and accessibility to ordinary businesses and users, they have created Waves Keeper: a browser extension designed to manage keys and enable users to confirm transactions online without exposing any sensitive information to the web.
Waves Keeper can be used with existing Waves accounts or can create new addresses. Multiple different accounts can be added and the user can switch between them effortlessly. The major benefit is that private keys are stored securely within the extension, allowing the user to confirm transactions and engage with Waves-enabled web services and dApps without entering their private keys or passwords. This mitigates the threat from malicious websites, while making using Waves online frictionless.
Waves Keeper can be added from the Chrome Store: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/waves-keeper/lpilbniiabackdjcionkobglmddfbcjo. Users can create a new account or import an existing one, and start using Waves online with the confidence that the funds are safe.
In due course Waves will be releasing versions of Waves Keeper for Firefox and other popular browsers.
How to use Waves Keeper: https://docs.wavesplatform.com/en/waves-client/account-management/waves-keeper.html
Waves Keeper documentation: https://docs.wavesplatform.com/en/development-and-api/waves-keeper-api/waves-keeper-api.html