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LastPass

Password Manager, Auto Form Filler, Random Password Generator & Secure Digital Wallet App

  • Mac
  • Windows
  • Linux
  • Online
  • Android
  • iPhone
  • Symbian S60
  • Blackberry
  • Android Tablet
  • BSD
  • Windows Phone
  • iPad
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Internet Explorer
  • Vivaldi Browser
  • Google Chrome
  • Maxthon
  • Opera
  • Firefox
Avg rating of 2.8 (39)| 61 comments

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LastPass Features

  1.  Cloud SyncSync your data (notes, documents, bookmarks, etc.) across your different devices and to the cloud.
  2.  Two-factor AuthenticationLastPass supports two-factor authentication (2FA).
  3.  Password SharingSecurely share passwords among friends, family and colleagues
  4.  PortableLastPass can be used from a USB stick or similar with no prior installation.
  5.  Password RecoveryLastPass can help you recover your passwords for software applications and hardware devices.

LastPass information

  • Developed byLogMeIn, Inc.
  • LicensingProprietary and Freemium product.
  • PricingSubscription that costs between $3 and $7.
  • RatingAverage rating of 2.8 (39 ratings)
  • Alternatives205 alternatives listed

Supported Languages

  • English
  • Dutch
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish

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Our users have written 61 comments and reviews about LastPass, and it has gotten 1632 likes

LastPass was added to AlternativeTo by ChrisWayg on and this page was last updated . LastPass is sometimes referred to as LastPass Portable, LastPass Pocket.

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andrei0x309
  
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Most of recent security issues are really related to chrome and phishing and aren't really 0 day vulnerabilities, chrome doesn't have the same environment as other browser when it comes to addons programming, most extension that deal with outside request done through human input can be forged so i don't know what is the fuss about it.

I don't think this app should be marked as insecure as long as it isn't 100% developers fault.

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panoptesdreams
  
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Great password manager with robust feature set.

Sadly there is no longer a way to store your passwords locally without a web browser and their "Pocket" application has been deprecated and is even blocked by the servers.

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JohnFastman
  
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It is known that Lastpass DOES NOT encrypt the URLs at which you have accounts. See here: https://systemoverlord.com/2015/09/16/what-the-lastpass-cli-tells-us-about-lastpass-design/

This means that which websites you have accounts with can be a) known to Lastpass, b) known to government agencies who subpoena them, c) known to anyone who breaches their servers to pull this data, d) used to profile users (you will have a fairly unique collection of URLs, probably), e) it might - in principle - be used to monitor when you call on Lastpass to let you into these sites.

Don't go with Lastpass. Go with Bitwarden, precisely because they are open source and because, unlike Lastpass, they encrypt EVERY field in your database.

An alternative is to go with something like KeepassXC (also open source) and connect to the browser via a plugin.

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TheEmperorArt

Very interesting, would you say Buttercup password manager is good too? It is open source but stores your data which is encrypted to Dropbox, Gdrive, Box

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JohnFastman

Buttercup is ok, and if you want to use services like Dropbox, Gdrive, etc. then that's your call. My opinion is that: 1.

  • The best synced open source password manager is Bitwarden
  • The best local (you choose how to sync it, if at all) is KeePassXC
  • Instead of Dropbox, Gdrive, etc., try sync.com and Tresorit. These are encrypted, zero-knowledge service in their own right, which means that if you sync your password database with them, they'll never know about it. Dropbox and their ilk can see at least that you are syncing a password database, and if the Snowden leaks and previous Yahoo.com scandals are anything to go by, it's not unlikely that those files can be earmarked for future analysis, as is done with encrypted emails.

Another option is to use Cryptomator to secure your files on Dropbox, etc. Cryptomator is one of my absolutely favourite apps for advancing online security: simple, free, open-source, necessary and cross-platform.

However, that doesn't get around the fact that if you go with, e.g. Buttercup + Dropbox (via Cryptomator or not), you still will have Dropbox, GDrive or whatever installed on your machine. I don't advise that, either (see list of alternatives above), because they have questionable practices. But that's a whole new rabbit hole to dive into and probably beyond the scope of this question/comment.

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TheEmperorArt

I see, well Buttercup says that they encrypt password file before storing it on Gdrive, Dropbox, etc. Also you do not need to have the Gdrive client installed on your device Buttercup to sync with it.

I'll open an issue on Github for Buttercup to have support for Sync.com it looks good. I am currently using Bitwarden, i have found Buttercup and enjoyed it only issue i have with buttercup is that it can't import Bitwarden CSV file and syncs with mainstream unproctected cloud services.

Thanks :)

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janec
  
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It's generally pretty good. It sometimes bugs out, the payment plan was a little frustrating. There are some weird syncing delays that occasionally happen but it's not frequent. For the price though, it's not bad. If you're looking for a cheap password manager that does the job, this is pretty good. If you're looking for top of market, best, this is not it.

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calad0i
  
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Used it for like 2 years or so, and switched to bitwarden after the "PC or Phone" policy was announced. Nuked my account there then; )

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javiergil
  
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Holding users passwords hostage, hmmm... They should be put to jail and refund everyone. Crooks taking care of your passwords is probably not a good idea! Get yourself a program like Doogie or Essentialpim, very affordable, no subscription silliness, no crooks...

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Risei
  
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Poorly made software, with intentional steps taken to lock you into paying for the service if you want access to your passwords.

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  • Password Manager
  • Authenticator
  • random-password
  • form-filler

LastPass platform details

Mac

MAC OS X 10.5+

Linux

LINUX, SOLARIS, ETC

Online

For Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Chrome, also portable

Android

Google Android 1.5+

iPhone

For iPhone: iOS / iPhone OS 3.0+

Symbian S60

Symbian S60 3rd Edition and above

Blackberry

BlackBerry OS 4.2.1+ | Only for Premium Customers

Recent user activities on LastPass

  • LastPass iconBitwarden iconundeniably_lizard Upvoted a comment on Bitwarden as an alternative to LastPass
    It's usable on multiple devices without the need to pay once or even every month.
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  • undeniably_lizardundeniably_lizard Upvoted a comment on LastPass
    Lastpass' business model worked thus: Enthusiast needs to store one password Tries Lastpass Recommends to normies Now that goes: Enthusiast needs to store one password Tries Lastpass Moves on to a less monetised system Bitwarden does everything Lastpass USED to do for free, for free. So Lastpass has no reason to exist other than removing your data from it.
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