LastPass
LastPass
4.4.0

4.7

LastPass free download for Mac

LastPass

4.4.0
12 March 2019

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 4.4.0:

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.

  • Minor bug fixes

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51 LastPass Reviews

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Melman-Flink
09 June 2011

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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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Version 1.73.0
ecjb
01 August 2019
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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Version 4.4.0
Big Johnson
30 July 2018
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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Version 4.0.0
Stevey-G
04 June 2018
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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Version 3.30.1
hondacbrlover
21 July 2017
Free and according MacWorld the best password manager. http://www.macworld.com/article/3207185/software/best-password-managers-reviews-and-buying-advice.html
Like (3)
Version 3.21.0
Jimw
31 March 2017
For all the feature, including storing password for applications, it costs $12 a year.
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Version 3.19.2
SmurfTurf
19 June 2015
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/
Like (5)
Version 3.12
2 answer(s)
Mikael-B
Mikael-B
24 November 2015
Quote from the article you posted:

"In an e-mail to reporters, Ars resident password expert Jeremi Gosney said the real-world risks the breach posed to end users was minimal. He based his assessment on the LastPass response to the breach and the system that was in place when it happened. He paid particular attention to the 100,000-round hashing routine, which he said was among the strongest he has ever seen."
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Tschigg
Tschigg
30 July 2016
Hmmm.

https://bugs.chromium.org/p/project-zero/issues/detail?id=884
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Fishboy
21 May 2015
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.
Like (5)
Version 3.11
3 answer(s)
stewartcarrick69
stewartcarrick69
28 February 2016
parrrraBoy
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Metalsmith
Metalsmith
23 August 2016
TO SAY NOTHING OF IT WORKING FLAWLESSLY. And their tech support is fast and effective (there was a missing command in a brand new release. The fixes for that and other bugs was released that weekend!)
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ben-marko
ben-marko
21 July 2018
I agree. I don't really care how strong their encryption is. It's the perception of vulnerability that matters. Why can't I just store my database on my own Mac?
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miketrin
19 May 2015
easy to use, checks for weak and duplicate passwords and for sites that need updates. works on all mobile devices, tablets.
Like (2)
Version 3.10
miketrin
19 May 2015
easy to use, checks for weak and duplicate passwords and for sites that need updates. works on all mobile devices, tablets.
Like (1)
Version 3.10
RougeCheese12
29 April 2015
Storing all your passwords online and for free? What a great idea - not.
Like (10)
Version 3.10
5 answer(s)
matleh
matleh
16 July 2015
OK, if I understand you correctly, charging money makes a service more secure?
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Donmontalvo
Donmontalvo
16 July 2015
I think "from RougeCheese12" is saying putting passwords into an online site is shady to say the least - and I agree.

Get a real password management solution like 1Password.

Don
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Rasputinsrevengereloadet
Rasputinsrevengereloadet
13 November 2015
@matleh
you really think those thousands of hours many programmers where spending on a software like LastPass are just given away free?
Nothing is free!
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bryan-dobson
bryan-dobson
04 May 2016
Yes, 1Password and then like most people sync all your passwords through Dropbox... Not much better.
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Stevey-G
Stevey-G
04 June 2018
doesn't apple do this with keychain passwords in icloud!? hello!?
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