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LastPass4.53.0

02 August 2020

Online password manager and form filler.

Overview

LastPass is an award-winning password manager that saves your passwords and gives you secure access to them from every computer and mobile device. With LastPass, you only remember one password - your LastPass master password. LastPass will fill your logins for you and sync your passwords everywhere you need them.

Features:
  • Sync all of your passwords and logins across all of your computers and devices
  • Save and autofill usernames and passwords for all of your online accounts
  • Use form fill profiles to streamline online shopping
  • Create secure notes to store your memberships, credit cards, and other sensitive data
  • Search for usernames and sites from your vault
  • Organize sites by folders
  • Enable multifactor authentication to lock down your LastPass account

Premium features include:

  • Unlimited mobile access from all smartphones and tablets
  • Shared family folder, to share a folder of logins and notes with friends and family
  • Additional multifactor authentication options
  • Offline access to your data via the mobile apps (must login at least once to store the data)

What's new in LastPass

Version 4.53.0:

Note: Free tier has limitations. More info here

LastPass has added the Security Dashboard, your command center for digital security. In one view you can see your weak and reused passwords as well as any alerts on compromised accounts that need immediate action. Stop worrying about data breaches. Our new dark web monitoring feature proactively watches all accounts related to your email addresses or usernames for breach activity and alerts you when you need to take action. This functionality will be rolling out over the next few weeks – so if you don’t see it, check back soon!

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How would you rate LastPass app?

54 Reviews of LastPass

5
dtc79
04 June 2020
Version: 4.4.0

Most helpful

A very useful and for me necessary app. In today's digital environment when so many persons are tyring to hack, phish, etc one's accounts it is important to have unique passwords for every account and keeping track of them is not safely feasible without a tool like Lastpass.
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5
dtc79
04 June 2020
Version: 4.4.0
A very useful and for me necessary app. In today's digital environment when so many persons are tyring to hack, phish, etc one's accounts it is important to have unique passwords for every account and keeping track of them is not safely feasible without a tool like Lastpass.
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1
sl90039
03 June 2020
Version: 4.4.0
What was once a solid password manager is now garbage. The developer broke use of the app in Safari and now it's impossible to save changed or new passwords in Firefox. It's a waste of money.
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5
devonsauce
20 February 2020
Version: 4.4.0
The best option and the most user friendly.
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5
ecjb
01 August 2019
Version: 4.4.0
LastPass is the best thing since sliced bread. ;-) Having all of my passwords on all of my devices and the ability to generate SECURE and different passwords for everywhere I visit has been the best thing for my online security. Visiting haveibeenpwned.com shows where beaches have occorred with my information in the past and LP makes it a snap to fix the result of those breaches. I recommend it to all of my customers. Having the passwords sync to mobile devices as well means you're never without your passwords without resorting to a) using the same password for every site and b) resorting to a list on paper (or in a spreadsheet) that quickly gets outdated.
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Big Johnson
30 July 2018
Version: 4.0.0
I haven’t used the app but I just tried out the username generator on the website and it failed miserably. https://goo.gl/i8xhjz

Does everyone here find these difficult to say and read, or is it just me?

"Easy-to-say" 10 character names:
VERotRaBLe
TIeNiUmiTO
rEYEbeRGiN
ApHysEnTIG
OgRaNzARYP

"Easy-to-read" 10 character names:
mCKfFbzGVF
dpVvUdkkjT
XjFCycznaG
rtrQtqbZxp
kRBbhmeykk


If the app functions as poorly as the website then I’d avoid it.
I would say you can’t ask much for free, but there are many free, outstanding apps available which prove otherwise.
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3.5
Stevey-G
04 June 2018
Version: 3.30.1
this is the app i recommend the most. i subscribed when £12 per year but they are getting greedy now and charging £24 (hence 4 stars) so i won't subscribe. still very usable without subscribing though so thats why i still recommend this. the duplicates remover is basic but needs imporvement so that similar entries could be merged and you could choose what to keep or not. (knocks it down to 3.5 stars)
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5
hondacbrlover
21 July 2017
Version: 3.21.0
Free and according MacWorld the best password manager. http://www.macworld.com/article/3207185/software/best-password-managers-reviews-and-buying-advice.html
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Jimw
31 March 2017
Version: 3.19.2
For all the feature, including storing password for applications, it costs $12 a year.
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0.5
SmurfTurf
19 June 2015
Version: 3.12
Again, storing your passwords on a server outside of your own network is in general a very stupid idea. To all users: LastPass hacked. Congrats! http://arstechnica.com/security/2015/06/hack-of-cloud-based-lastpass-exposes-encrypted-master-passwords/
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Fishboy
21 May 2015
Version: 3.11
Why would anyone want to store their valuable passwords and information on an unknown webserver? It seems Last Past Premium requires a yearly subscription fee. 1Password may have this category "locked up", judging by its' popularity.
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5
miketrin
19 May 2015
Version: 3.10
easy to use, checks for weak and duplicate passwords and for sites that need updates. works on all mobile devices, tablets.
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5
miketrin
19 May 2015
Version: 3.10
easy to use, checks for weak and duplicate passwords and for sites that need updates. works on all mobile devices, tablets.
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0.5
RougeCheese12
29 April 2015
Version: 3.10
Storing all your passwords online and for free? What a great idea - not.
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Chaloots
09 February 2015
Version: 3.7
Stellar app, one I've had installed and rely on on a daily basis. One minor annoyance though: despite the browser used in OS X Mavericks, each and every attempt to update via its built-in Tools/Advanced Tools/Check for Updates has been unsuccessful. I just tried it in Safari 7, with no luck. According to LastPass' "About" I've got Version 3.1.89 currently running. Anybody else having a similar issue and if so, how have you resolved it?
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Xenos
09 February 2015
Version: 3.7
the link to the extension download is dead as of feb 9th
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Nontroppo
22 January 2015
Version: 3.2
The native app is quite buggy (downloaded from MAS), I'd wait a couple of builds before trying it. I still think Lastpass is the best solution IMO overall...
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Dmitriusa
21 January 2015
Version: 3.2
link is dead
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5
tfigs
30 November 2014
Version: 3.1.69
The best password manager. I have been using it for the past 4 years with no problems. The Safari extension is there when you need it. The Premium version syncs seamlessly with iOS 8 and is well worth the $12. It has made me change my habits of using the same password for all accounts and now I use complex secure passwords and LastPass remembers them for me. I did try 1Password for a month. It is a better looking app and that I why I gave it a try. But the price simply too much and it is not web based so it is not always there when I need it.
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Rasputinsrevengereloadet
30 November 2014
Version: 3.1.69
One must be out of his mind, storing his password on a webserver of a company you don't know. There are free open source alternatives like keepassx or paid software that doesn't store your passwords online.
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5
Namadany
29 November 2014
Version: 3.1.69
I have been using this for years and I find this and Xmarks (for bookmarks) great applications
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5
Greglux
23 November 2014
Version: 3.1.51
I initially wanted to buy 1password because I like good-looking app. But then I realized that 1password is - in my opinion - way too expensive. You have to buy it multiple times if you use different hardware (mac, pc, android, iOS etc) and upgrades to new versions seem pricey too. So I decided to give Lastpass a try. And I have too say that I'm very pleased. It works great. It's extremely cheap, it works on all devices, etc. Also like the multiple ways to add extra security (e.g. grid authentification). Go download it, you won't regret it!
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Mikael-B
13 November 2014
Version: 3.1.51
Lastpass works well if you turn off Keychain for the web. I use both however, so sometimes they get in the way of each other. On iOS you have to use the Lastpass browser, which is basically a wrapper for Safari/Webkit. That works fine for me. Lastpass really simplified my life, but I'd like to see some improvements with - Auto-login that should be able to notice I just logged out. I certainly don't want to log in again. - Lastpass should pick up the user name from the form when generating passwords. Usually I have to go to add this. That's not right. - It should make a better job when your password isn't accepted and you have to make a new one. 2 star off for those important functions.
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5
RogerKatz
07 October 2014
Version: 3.1.51
LastPass is simply well-featured and an absolute pleasure to use.
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Robio
02 October 2014
Version: 3.1.51
Tried really had to make LastPass work for me, but it's entirely too complicated, and often wouldn't remember my passwords. Got lots of help from their helpdesk, but even they don't seem to know where to find various settings. Was hoping for a simple password manager to share with the family, but I work in QA and even I couldn't get my head around it.
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5
RoodAwakening
13 August 2014
Version: 3.1.51
I've tried most of the ones listed as alternatives and none of them approach the "goodness" of Lastpass. 1Password, in particular, is grossly overrated, with none of the multi-authentication options that have been available to Lastpass users for years. I integrate Lastpass with two different authentications--YubiKey and the (awesome) Duo Security--and they work flawlessly. 1Password? Nope. It offers neither. In addition, Lastpass' security check provides a wealth of information, including checks against databases known to have been hacked. 1Password? It offers a cute login screen with a vault that opens. If Disney-like animation is your thing, fine, but Lastpass is THE solution for expert users, not just mom and dad worrying about their Apple ID. Note: I am NOT an employee, representative nor do I have any connection--public or private--to Lastpass. I'm simply a user.
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Jimw
11 August 2014
Version: 3.1.50
The developer should note that the free version has a reduced feature set and that the full version costs $12.00 a year for the 'premium version and more for the enterprise edition.
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Tomeg
23 July 2014
Version: 3.1.45
Unfortunately, I use Mac Chrome Browser mostly, Safari only occasionally. When LastPass comes out for Chrome (if ever) I will try. What is the point of having a password management software that only supports one browser, when most users, like myself, use multiple browsers depending on need?
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Palmharbor
21 May 2014
Version: 3.1.1
One day it works on a site, the next day it doesn't...your "vault" of passwords is big one day and small the next. This application is just what you pay for it...zero
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5
Nontroppo
18 February 2014
Version: 3.0.23
After having trialled several password managers (1Password, Locko, Dashlane, KeepassX and Lastpass), Lastpass provides by far the best experience and the most features across multiple OSes (I use OS X, iOS, Android and occasionally Windows and Linux) and devices in my opinion. Dashlane got excluded early on for its poor browser support. Nicely designed website though! Keepass(X) was incredibly clunky across different OSes. Not for me. Locko was still too new to have a robust featureset and cross-device support, but had a great UI for OS X and good pricing. 1Password (1P) is obviously popular among OS X users, and I think Agilebits seem responsive and helpful developers. The problems for 1P for me were the very poor authentication options compared to Lastpass (which has extensive multifactor, one-time use, grid and other authenication options), very basic browser integration and an IMO really excessive pricing scheme (across devices and updates). Lastpass is obviously less polished UI-wise than the native mamagers like Locko and 1P on OS X. but its browser integration is far superior and that is really where I use 98% of my passwords (as I suspect many others). I love options like grid authentication, one-time passwords and other great lastpass features. And the pricing is *much* more reasonable than most of the other options (especially 1P) considering the better functionality for my needs. As a premium user, I've always had prompt responses to my service requests. Lastpass are starting to build (in beta) a cloud storage option outside the US to alleviate some of the US cloud-based concerns, although do remember that all data is a heavily encrypted blob, and data privacy is a global not local issue. Also read http://blog.lastpass.com/2013/09/lastpass-and-nsa-controversy.html
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Nontroppo
18 February 2014
Version: 3.0.3
The chrome version is at 3.1.1 by the way: https://lastpass.com/upgrade.php?fromwebsite=1&releasenotes=1
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5
Nontroppo
18 February 2014
Version: 3.0.3
After having trialled several password managers (1Password, Locko, Dashlane, KeepassX and Lastpass), Lastpass provides by far the best experience and the most features across multiple OSes (I use OS X, iOS, Android and occasionally Windows and Linux) and devices in my opinion. Dashlane got excluded early on for its poor browser support. Nicely designed website though! Keepass(X) was incredibly clunky across different OSes. Not for me. Locko was still too new to have a robust featureset and cross-device support, but had a great UI for OS X and good pricing. 1Password (1P) is obviously popular among OS X users, and I think Agilebits seem responsive and helpful developers. The problems for 1P for me were the very poor authentication options compared to Lastpass (which has extensive multifactor, one-time use, grid and other authenication options), very basic browser integration and an IMO really excessive pricing scheme (across devices and updates). Lastpass is obviously less polished UI-wise than the native mamagers like Locko and 1P on OS X. but its browser integration is far superior and that is really where I use 98% of my passwords (as I suspect many others). I love options like grid authentication, one-time passwords and other great lastpass features. And the pricing is *much* more reasonable than most of the other options (especially 1P) considering the better functionality for my needs. As a premium user, I've always had prompt responses to my service requests. Lastpass are starting to build (in beta) a cloud storage option outside the US to alleviate some of the US cloud-based concerns, although do remember that all data is a heavily encrypted blob, and data privacy is a global not local issue. Also read http://blog.lastpass.com/2013/09/lastpass-and-nsa-controversy.html
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5
Nontroppo
18 February 2014
Version: 3.0.23
After having trialled several password managers (1Password, Locko, Dashlane, KeepassX and Lastpass), Lastpass provides by far the best experience and the most features across multiple OSes (I use OS X, iOS, Android and occasionally Windows and Linux) and devices in my opinion. Dashlane got excluded early on for its poor browser support. Nicely designed website though! Keepass(X) was incredibly clunky across different OSes. Not for me. Locko was still too new to have a robust featureset and cross-device support, but had a great UI for OS X and good pricing. 1Password (1P) is obviously popular among OS X users, and I think Agilebits seem responsive and helpful developers. The problems for 1P for me were the very poor authentication options compared to Lastpass (which has extensive multifactor, one-time use, grid and other authenication options), very basic browser integration and an IMO really excessive pricing scheme (across devices and updates). Lastpass is obviously less polished UI-wise than the native mamagers like Locko and 1P on OS X. but its browser integration is far superior and that is really where I use 98% of my passwords (as I suspect many others). I love options like grid authentication, one-time passwords and other great lastpass features. And the pricing is *much* more reasonable than most of the other options (especially 1P) considering the better functionality for my needs. As a premium user, I've always had prompt responses to my service requests. Lastpass are starting to build (in beta) a cloud storage option outside the US to alleviate some of the US cloud-based concerns, although do remember that all data is a heavily encrypted blob, and data privacy is a global not local issue. Also read http://blog.lastpass.com/2013/09/lastpass-and-nsa-controversy.html
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SegN3rd
07 November 2013
Version: 3.0.3
I don't really like that it says "Free everywhere with no catches," but then it says you have to upgrade to the paid service if you want to use it with mobile devices. It does say free "on all your COMPUTERS," so it's not false advertising. My point is just that syncing with mobile devices is the only type of syncing most users want. Although I appreciate their decision to be honest and upfront about it, saying "Free for everything (except the one thing you want)" means this has no obvious advantages over Dashlane.
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Mrtomato
07 November 2013
Version: 3.0.1
This is more of a review of Lastpass generally, not just the Firefox plugin. Palmharbor's review is immensely unfair. Lastpass works as it should almost all of the time and if a bug does arise, the developers are quick to respond. As a password locker, Lastpass is as good as, if not a bit better than, 1Password. It saves site login information, generates secure passwords etc. This information, however, is stored on a remote server (encrypted) rather than in Dropbox or the like. Theoretically, this is more secure because if someone were to access your computer, the actual database would be inaccessible. Of course, there are plenty of counter-arguments to this. Lastpass does have some drawbacks, however. The interface, wallet (for storing serial numbers for example), and desktop client are all quite poor, seemingly designed by engineers and not designers. The new interface for Lastpass plugins and mobile apps is a bit of an improvement, especially the plugin for Firefox. It annoyed me no end that I couldn't search for a site with the old Firefox plugin. If I needed to search, I had to open the Vault. Not so anymore. Still, the plugin is quite busy. The Safari plugin, however, is good. They've moved a lot of the menu items you see in the Firefox version to unobtrusive icons. They could certainly stand to learn something from the Safari plugin! The Chrome plugin, by the way, is similar to the Firefox plugin. I have had problems with the Chrome plugin for ages though. Sometimes it will not open, for example. I decided to blame Chrome for this though. It's a browser that just can't get its act together! I mentioned that the wallet is poor. This is actually due to the horrible design of the desktop app. The desktop app, Pocket, looks like it was designed for Windows 95, with hideous and small little icons for navigation and little yellow folders to signal various categories. Unlike 1Password, you won't find individual icons for each app and you can't easily preview information about each app. For some, I'm sure this isn't a big deal, but for me I decided not to renew my Lastpass subscription because of it. I've been waiting instead for 1Password to update their Android app. Which reminds me: Lastpass is $12 a year for a subscription. Pretty reasonable if you ask me. Also, Lastpass works well on Android. Extremely well in fact. The Android app includes a keyboard that will allow you to input login information etc directly into the app, no messing about going back and forth between apps. This is the big draw of Lastpass for me. 1Password's Android app is pathetic, but to be fair, most password lockers' Android apps are pathetic. Not so for Lastpass...
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B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
07 November 2013
Version: 3.0.3
My first thought was that storing all my passwords online was a security risk. After thinking about it, though, most of my passwords are already stored online - though not in one location. But some of them are also in one location in my web browser. The question then is whether cloud storage is more or less secure than local storage. If you use a laptop anywhere but in your home the answer is probably that it's a crap shoot either way. The real difference is that if a thief gets access to your computer he will be able to steal personal information for one person. If a their gets access to an online service - as recently happened to Adobe - they can scoop up personal information on thousands and even millions of people. My biggest concern about FastPass for Safari is how can they offer the service for free? If you accept the premise that you get what you pay for, how much can LastPass really be worth? If the service is free, how long will the company be around? If they have a way to make money and thus stay in business, they should disclose that up front.
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1.5
Eric-Caldwell
07 November 2013
Version: 2.0.21
Well, after the 3.0 release, its time to say goodbye to lastpass. Lastpass thinks the pop out from the userid or password field is a good thing. It's totally intrusive and there is no way to turn that off! How crazy of them to think that everyone would want that feature and provide no way of turning that off.
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Big Johnson
07 November 2013
Version: 2.0.21
Great screenshot! Nice to see one that's large enough to actually make the text legible. The video links above should be removed or fixed - the videos are "unavailable."
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5
dalesorel
02 November 2013
Version: 2.0.21
This is a really awesome password manager for Safari. It remembers every single password I enter, and then automatically fills them in when needed. What a great program, especially as it's free!
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0.5
Palmharbor
26 February 2013
Version: 2.0.0
unreliable at best. YOu must keep a second record of all your usernames and passwords. If you have to re-install Firefox it will delete your passwords. This app is worth just what you pay...ZERO When it works it is not consistent ...some days it works other days it does not. You manually write in a site with UN and Pass and it doesn't work...its supposed to ask at each URL where U must create a user and pass but often it doesn't bother
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zaydon
09 February 2013
Version: 2.0.21
been using this for three years. i saw 1password was on sale and i gave it a try. amazing that people are willing to store their passwords on dropbox for syncing. anyways, this is dead simple product with two different two factor security options. when you go to a remote machine you won't be locked out of your accounts.
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4.5
MisterE
20 November 2012
Version: 2.0.7
Best in it's class!
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frankmrod
09 July 2012
Version: 2.0.7
I try to download LastPass plugin for Chrome but you send LastPass for Safari - Screw what browser I'm using - If I went to the Chrome browser page would you detect that I'm using Safari and send me the latest version of Safari instead --- I'm on the Chrome page so I want the Chrome plugin
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4.5
THEE:LEE
02 May 2012
Version: 1.90.5
LOVE this, please make a Roccat version and you'll get 5 stars :)
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5
Eric-Pangilinan
23 April 2012
Version: 1.90.5
LastPass is so easy to use. Been using for 2 years now.
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4.5
Web-Jive
22 October 2011
Version: 1.74.0
After migrating from 1Password, I have to say thanks for this great password product. 1Password is always late supporting beta browsers and made BIG changes with the software to be listed on the Apple App Store. 1Password actually had to remove some long time features to get the listing so, I decided it was time to move on after 2 plus years of using 1Password. One feature I have been requesting for over 12 months is for 1Password to auto-fill the form but not submit it. @Fail even today on that request whereas LastPass has it now. Where LastPass shines is it works with every version of every browser I have tested. Since we develop websites, we're always testing the new releases to see what might break. 1Password in my experience is late to the beta game and it's inconsistent across browsers. Where LastPass needs to improve is with the browser and online interfaces. It needs more polish like 1Password. Once they get that licked, I think 1Password will need to continue to look over their shoulders. As far as the security questions some have with LastPass being a cloud app? Please, you already store you passwords on way less websites so your no more likely to have your passwords compromised than with LastPass.
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Melman-Flink
09 June 2011
Version: 1.73.0
Why would I ever want to store my password information with an online service? I have a safety deposit box, multiple computers, not all of which are online and many offsite options to store them. If we have not learned already how porous web security models can be, I don't know that we ever will. In short, even the idea of storing any of my data "in the cloud" is one this luddite finds incredibly naive. YMMV
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2.5
Whitebuck
09 June 2011
Version: 1.73.0
Not Safe!!!!
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Jeff-H-
06 May 2011
Version: 1.70.0
LastPass was a pretty cool thing until a few days ago when it started to act very sketchy. It constantly was asking for my password saying that it encountered an error logging in. I think my database may have gotten corrupted. I will continue to use it on iPad/iPhone, but 1Password on my Macs!
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Jolly-joker
09 December 2010
Version: 1.70.0
Great plug-in for a browser! Check also the application "LastPass Pocket" (http://helpdesk.lastpass.com/lastpass-pocket/) It's an application that allow you to carry your LastPass data around with you. Pocket essentially provides backup capability and offline access for your Vault. "LastPass plug-in" + "LastPass Pocket" = all that you need (no other applications, like 1Password, and it's more efficient). The only thing that I hope for the future is a better interface with favicon for "LastPass Pocket" and the possibility to edit the database directly from the application.
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Limestone
29 September 2010
Version: 1.70.0
I've come to like this software a lot after using it for a while. At first I was skeptical of storing my passwords online. But after listening to the Security Now podcast episode about Lastpass ( www.grc.com/securitynow #256 ) I now understand much better how it works. The passwords are stored in an encrypted file on Lastpass' servers, but your password isn't known to them. To authenticate you, they use a hash of your username and password combined, which can't be used by them or anyone breaking into their system to decrypt your passwords. They are very open about the way they handle security, and after listening to the aforementioned podcast I now very much trust their product. Lastpass supports almost any browser and can import passwords from many different sources. For me, having my passwords available cross-browser, cross-system and cross-platform is why I like this product a lot. They have a solid implementation of security and there are many different options to customize it to your liking. They also support multifactor authentication. I only have to remember one password, and can use long convoluted and (most importantly) different passwords on websites, which I didn't always do in the past. Lastpass does a good job of remembering and managing them. The free version is very complete, but I upgraded to premium anyway so I can use my yubikey to provide multifactor authentication and to protect against keyloggers. The premium version is a reasonable $12 for one year.
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Shmk
13 September 2010
Version: 1.69.13
I love the fact that the screenshot is of a windows system...
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Shadymac
12 September 2010
Version: 1.69.13
I am worried with the way this little app although really handy causes some worries. In this day and age where facebook and the like seem to get people's information so easily... I want to know why we have to create an account and why lastpass needs all our login info on various sites throughout the web for it work to be sent to them? Some people are naive to the point they don't question these minor things, which really has major implications. As far as i am concerned lastpass doesn't really add anything new that safari autofill doesn't do already. I also find it very stupid that you need to create an account first just to uninstall it. I wanted to get rid of it soon as it asked to create accounts and will send information to their servers. This is the best way to keep tabs on people, especially since we don't know who these companies really are or work for.
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Timmyb
12 July 2010
Version: 1.68.4
In addition to the SIMBL based Safari add-on , they now do offer a Safari 5 extension. It can be found in the Windows section of their download area, but it works fine on Safari 5 Mac!
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Jeff-H-
27 June 2010
Version: 1.68.4
I've been waiting patiently for Upek Biometrics to get it together and integrate a web password suite for Mac to use with their Biometric finger swipe dongle. They were working with 1Password for a short time and I was THRILLED, but that was not to be and after a very short Beta release, and after Apple's release of 10.6, everything seemed to break down and that partnership dissolved. The site says that they have "recently partnered" with LastPass, but I have absolutely no confidence with a product that so clearly disregards the Mac community by not even bothering to have a screen shot of a running Mac application under the Mac downloads both here and at other sites, but opts to throw up a Windows screen shot instead. In my somewhat considerable experience these "ports" of Windows programs are almost always shoddy, thrown-together, and an afterthought, and most times run with the same sort of ease as you would expect a Windows program to run. I can see by the lack of reviews and dismal download numbers that most everyone here seems to agree.
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