LastPass Password Manager is a free password management program that makes web browsing easier and more secure. It is available as a plugin for Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, and Safari.
LastPass has the tools to help you follow best security practices, with a unique, strong password for every account. The software also allows you to easily create a LastPass account and import your existing passwords.
Password Manager also supports password generation, site sharing and site logging. Passwords are protected by a master password and are encrypted locally and are synchronized to any other browser. Moreover, this program has a form filler that automates password entering and form filling.
Furthermore, the program does more than remember your passwords. Keep track of other important information and simplify your online life.
LastPass Password Manager Features:
- Auto-pilot for all your passwords. The app removes obstacles, letting you get back to the things you love most.
- Log in and go. Once you save a password in LastPass, you’ll always have it when you need it; logging in is fast and easy.
- Simplify online shopping. When you’re ready to make a purchase, your profile will fill all your payment and shipping details for you.
- Generate strong passwords. The built-in password generator creates long, randomized passwords that protect against hacking.
- Store digital records. Insurance cards, memberships, Wi-Fi passwords… keep all your notes safe and easy to find.
- Share effortlessly. Some things shouldn’t be sent in a text. Conveniently and safely share passwords and notes with anyone.
- Prepare for the unknown. Let trusted friends and family access your LastPass account in the event of an emergency or crisis.
LastPass Premium Edition
This Password Manager offers a premium subscription (for only $1 per month). That includes iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Windows Phone, Windows Mobile, WebOS and Symbian applications, enhanced support, multi-factor authentication and no advertisements. Protect yourself against phishing scams, online fraud, and malware.
LastPass Enterprise Edition
Offers true Single Sign On capability to your organization. It allows your users a simple and secure method to login to both websites and applications. It is browser neutral, and platform agnostic. Powerful centralized administration tools allow you to manage, control, and audit end user actions.
- The new and improved save & fill experience is here! To start using right away, LastPass users can enable the improved save and fill experience from within their LastPass vault, otherwise in the coming weeks this will become the default experience for all users.
- LastPass users (who log in to their vault using passwordless login) now see an option “Log in with master password” on the login screen of the LastPass browser extension and LastPass website. Previously, these users (whose mobile devices were already enrolled to use the LastPass Authenticator before enabling passwordless login for vault) were only presented with the “Log in with Authenticator” passwordless login option.
- Fixed various issues in which the secondary onboarding pane (for LastPass Business users) was not displayed in the right navigation of the user’s vault after attempting to launch via in-vault messaging, refreshing the online web vault, or reloading the LastPass browser extension.
- Fixed an issue that resulted in users being unable to log in to the LastPass browser extension, as the user would enter their master password and the login page would refresh instead of proceeding with the login process.
Changes in LastPass 4.97 – Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Safari, Opera, IE (2022-06-10):
- Fixed multiple issues that caused the LastPass for Safari app extension to display a blank extension menu if your LastPass account had multifactor authentication enabled.
- Fixed an issue in which viewing or copying a password within the web vault prompted federated users to enter their master password to continue. This occurred only on items with the “Require a master password reprompt” setting enabled, or for user accounts enabled with the “Require master password on copy/view” policy. Before this release, the recommended workaround was to use the LastPass browser extension to view or copy the password item.
- Fixed multiple backend issues in the LastPass browser extension that contributed to reports of high CPU usage and latency in browser responsiveness.
Changes in LastPass 4.96 – Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera, IE, Safari (2022-05-30):
- Passwordless login for your vault is here! All LastPass users can now enable passwordless login for their vault, which allows them to log in to LastPass via push notification in the LastPass Authenticator (using stored biometrics) instead of requiring them to manually enter their master password from that device. Please note that admins LastPass Business and LastPass Teams can control passwordless login for vault via policy for their users. Learn more about passwordless login and how to get started.
- New in-vault import experience is available for all LastPass users, which includes added support for new import sources and detailed instructions for every supported web browser.
Changes in LastPass 4.94 – Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera, IE, Safari (2022-04-28):
- Various backend changes were made to support new features and improvements in a future release.
Changes in LastPass 4.93 – Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera, IE, Safari (2022-04-14):
- All password items with a weak, reused, or missing password now display a red “Password at risk” indicator on each item in your vault to bring at-a-glance visual awareness to passwords that need attention. Additionally, a new “Change password” option is available when you edit an at-risk password, which will guide you through the process of updating the unsafe password item (changing weak/reused or adding missing) on both the affected site and within your vault. For optimal security, we encourage using our built-in secure password generator when changing passwords for items in your vault.
Changes in LastPass 4.91 – Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera, IE, Safari (2022-03-21):
- Fixed an issue in which the LastPass browser extension did not offer to save new passwords when logging in to sites using Safari.
- Fixed an issue which prompted the user for multifactor authentication after they had already set the device as trusted for 30 days.
- Various backend changes were made to support new features and improvements in a future release.
Changes in LastPass 4.90 – Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera, Safari, IE (2022-03-03):
- In-vault messaging is now displayed on the Account Benefits page to inform end users that they cannot link their personal account to their LastPass Business account due to company policy restriction. Previously, end users with this policy restriction enabled could complete the personal account linking process after claiming Families as a Benefit and see a confirmation message, but the account linking status would remain in an “Unlinked” state.
- Fixed an issue which caused the embedded .gif for the Installation steps (within the in-vault onboarding experience) to display as blank in Safari.
- Fixed formatting within the messaging of the in-vault onboarding experience in Chrome.
Changes in LastPass 4.89 – Chrome, Edge, Opera, Safari, IE (2022-02-16):
- Various operability changes and minor bug fixes were implemented to improve the stability and overall performance of the LastPass web browser extension and online vault.
Changes in LastPass 4.88 – Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera, Safari, IE (2022-01-26):
- Fixed an issue in which the in-vault onboarding panel disappeared after the user successfully claimed the 10% off Premium discount then returned to their vault.
- Fixed an issue in which the LastPass extension menu appeared blank when accessed within a Firefox private window.
Changes in LastPass 4.86 – Chrome, Edge, Safari, Opera, IE (2021-12-12):
- Google Workspace is now supported as an Identity Provider (IdP) for federated login for LastPass Business accounts. Once set up, LastPass Business users are able to log in to LastPass using their company’s Google Workspace credentials without having to create and use a separate Master Password.
- New at-a-glance status indicators are now shown on password entries within your Vault to alert you if a password is weak, reused, or missing (shown as “Password at risk”), or if the email address associated with a site password entry has been compromised (shown as “Breach detected”).
- Improvements were made to the look and feel of the status icons of the Password Security page.
- Various design and functionality improvements were made to the “leave” and “delete” flows for LastPass Families.
- Fixed an issue in which the security score calculation included shared items as part of the score count if there were five (5) or less items locally stored in the user’s Vault. This previously triggered a low security score alert, but the Security Dashboard was empty due to the contributing items being shared and not locally stored.
- Design improvements were made to the security score alert messaging for 0% security scores.
- Fixed an issue in which the security score calculation included secure notes.
- Fixed an issue in which a previously compromised email address was not unsubscribed from dark web monitoring after enforcing the “Control dark web monitoring” policy with a value set to 3 (i.e., Turn off dark web monitoring for all users, even if they had previously activated it before this policy was implemented).
- Fixed an issue in which password entries that were created using the Save All Entered Data method were displaying an “N/A” status within the “Password strength” column of the Password Security page (instead of displaying a percentage).
- Fixed an issue which caused users to be unable to log in to LastPass when the “Override default MFA methods” policy was enforced and configured to allow any authentication method except for the LastPass Authenticator.
- Fixed an issue in which the “Link Account” option was displayed in users’ Vaults even if the “Prohibit linked personal account” policy was enabled.
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