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.
- Messaging has been updated on the login screen when users are prompted to verify their trusted device through email verification. Learn more about verifying trusted devices.
- Various stability improvements were made to address an issue that would cause the LastPass web browser extension (on both Chrome and Chromium Edge) to be slow or unresponsive when a user would attempt to log in.
- Operability changes were implemented to reduce latency within the user’s Vault when calculating the security score for site password entries.
Changes in LastPass 4.73.0 – Chrome, Edge, Opera, Safari, IE (June 4, 2021):
- Fixed an issue in which LastPass Free users (who previously purchased the LastPass Premium Credit Monitoring service) were unable to access the “Credit Monitoring” page of their LastPass Vault. View LastPass Credit Monitoring and Premium Credit Monitoring FAQs.
- Fixed an issue in which the LastPass web browser extension opened a blank sub-menu when selecting Security Dashboard from the main extension menu.
- 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 4.72.0 – Chrome, Edge, Opera, Safari, IE (May 19, 2021):
- LastPass now uses the zxcvbn library to assist in calculating password strength for individual passwords stored in users’ LastPass Vaults. Using the zxcvbn library to derive password strength calculations also aligns with industry standards and security best practices to ensure accuracy and consistency across LastPass. Individual password strength percentages are typically 0-25-50-75-100%, but may display a different value if an individual password has been reused on multiple entries in your Vault.
- Fixed an issue in which shared folders and/or linked personal accounts were not displayed in the Vaults of LastPass EU customers after logging in via the LastPass web browser extension. As a temporary workaround, LastPass EU customers could access their shared folders and linked personal account data by logging in to their online web Vault via https://lastpass.eu, or by clearing local cache and refreshing sites to access via the LastPass web browser extension.
- Fixed an issue in which users were unable to add secure note attachments (i.e., the Add Attachment button was unresponsive) when adding a new secure note using the LastPass web browser extension on Chrome.
- Fixed an issue that caused users to be directed to “All Items” instead of “Security Dashboard” in the left navigation of their Vault if they selected Security Dashboard when using the LastPass for Safari app extension.
Changes in LastPass 4.71.0 – Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera, Safari, IE (April 30, 2021):
- Fixed an issue in which multiple alerts in the right navigation of the Security Dashboard caused the last alert listed to be displayed as cut off in the web Vault.
- Made a change to the security score implementation in which the security score will now display a fixed unknown value “?” if there are no stored passwords in the user’s Vault. In the previous implementation, the security score displayed as 0% which counted negatively against the user (i.e., a “Not so safe” status).
Changes in LastPass 4.69.0 – Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari, Opera, IE (April 8, 2021):
- Fixed an issue in which the user’s web browser extension drop-down menu was displayed as blank.
- Fixed an issue where LastPass Free users were unable to export their Vault if they selected Mobile as their active device type. Learn how to export.
Changes in LastPass 4.59.0 – Chrome, Edge, Safari, IE, Opera (October 26, 2020):
- Minor enhancements to in product messaging capabilities, including message display in the web vault and other improvements.
- After extension installation is complete, a new user will be automatically signed into LastPass and begin the onboarding tour as an overlay to their Vault. If the user dismisses the tour, their overlay will minimize and they will be directed to their Vault.
Changes in LastPass 4.58.0 – Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari, IE (October 12, 2020):
- Minor bug fixes.
Changes in LastPass 4.57.2 – Firefox (September 28, 2020):
- Fixed an issue where the new user automatic sign-in was not working properly when using the Firefox extension.
Changes in LastPass 4.57.1 – Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari, Opera, IE (September 28, 2020):
- We’ve made enhancements to the Security Dashboard by improving the way we calculate your Security Score as well as adding tooltips to help you use the dashboard more easily. We are also offering our LastPass Premium and Families users a free month of ExpressVPN. Visit the Security Dashboard within your LastPass Vault and click the ExpressVPN icon to take advantage of this offer.
- After registering for LastPass new users will be automatically signed into their account once extension installation is complete instead of having to manually sign in.
- Note: The automatic sign-in is not available on IE, Edge and Safari
Changes in LastPass 4.56.0 – Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari, Opera, IE (September 14, 2020):
- Minor bug fixes.
Changes in LastPass 4.54.0 – Chrome, Edge, Opera, IE (August 14, 2020):
- New: New UI with improved performance for the extension login.
- New: Choose which multi-factor authentication option to login with if you have multiple enabled.
- Note: The new UI for the extension login is not available for Safari or IE.
- Fixed: Override Session Lifetime policy message is no longer misplaced in Safari.
Changes in LastPass 4.53.0 – Chrome, Edge, Opera, IE (July 31, 2020):
- 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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