LastPass – Password Management for any OS and any Browser

Published Wednesday, March 3, 2010 11:54 AM

How do you handle all your passwords? Do you use the same one for every account or do you use different ones? Well however you come up with your passwords i'm sure you could benefit from a little organization and storage. LastPass will provide a secure and simple way of storing your passwords at the same time allowing you to auto fill them for easy login.

The best thing about LastPass is that it works with Windows, Mac, and Linux as well as the most browsers like IE, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari. If you aren't on your computer you can still get your passwords using the website and you can even use your phone as well.

LastPass has a lot of the same great feature that are offered by the 1Password app for Mac but LastPass is free to use. You can upgrade to a paid account which allows you to use the mobile apps and USB thumb drive storage for only $1 a month.


LastPass has some great features and I thought I would go over them quickly. With LastPass you can Autofill forms with your real data or with another identity that you can use to protect your real information. LastPass also syncs your passwords across you different browser which is handy if you user different computers and browsers. The only password you will ever need to know is your LastPass password because it unlocks all your passwords and can let you auto fill you login credentials for all your sites. You can share passwords with friends easily and securely so you will never need to email logins again. LastPass comes with a password generator that will create secure passwords for you so you know they are safe. You also don't have to worry about phishing sites because LastPass will not auto fill your passwords into phishing website. These are just some of the great features of LastPass for more into check out their website.

I have started to use LastPass and I am beginning to really like it. Your information stays secure with all your passwords stored in an encrypted file, but at the same time allowing you to easily login to your sites with a click of a button. The ability to store your passwords offline with LastPass Pocket is a nice feature and if you have a premium account you can use sesame which adds another layer of protection for your passwords.

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