LastPass: Free Password Manager
LastPass, an award-winning password manager, saves your passwords and gives you secure access from every computer and mobile device.
What is LastPass: Free Password Manager?
LastPass: Free Password Manager is a very popular Edge add-on by LastPass. This add-on has 3,325,037 weekly active users, an average user rating of 3.00, and is most similar to OneNote Web Clipper and WOT Website Security & Privacy Protection. The latest version, 4.111.0, was updated 11 days ago.
Rating: 3.00 (857) ▼ 0.10
Version: 4.111.0 (Last updated: 2023-03-14)
Creation date: 2022-01-26
Manifest version: 2
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Risk impact: Very high risk impact
Risk likelihood: Very low risk likelihood
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LastPass puts you in control of your online life – making it easy to keep your critical information safe and secure so you can access it whenever you want, wherever you are. Save all your passwords, addresses, credit cards and more in your secure vault and LastPass will automatically fill in your information when you need it. Stop wasting time getting locked out of accounts or filling passwords and forms online – LastPass simplifies your daily online tasks while keeping you and your family secure. All your data, where you need it - Store usernames and passwords and LastPass will log you in automatically - Fill forms quickly by saving your addresses, credit card numbers and more - Save passports, insurance cards and anything else you want to keep safe - All your data is available on any device for free - Anything you save on one device is instantly synced on all your other devices Protect yourself from breaches: - LastPass Security Dashboard provides and overview of your weak and reused passwords and how to improve them
LastPass: Free Password Manager requires a lot of risky permissions and is not safe to use. Avoid installing this add-on unless you absolutely trust this publisher.
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LastPass: Free Password Manager has earned a good reputation and can be trusted.
There's a _lot_ of negative reviews here! I have to say I am mostly very happy with Lastpass, I've been a premium user for 4 or 5 years and have the plugin installed in Firefox, Google Chrome, and now MS Edge on Windows desktop, Mac laptop, Android phone and work Linux workstation. The above is the reason I started using it - keeping everything in sync was a nightmare. Now it's not. I use Google authenticator on top of the Lastpass login for extra security and, again that just works (though with 4 devices and 3 browser plugs per device I wish the 30 day without password limit could be extended, even if it is "for my own good") Lastpass had a security incident recently, they dealt with it and the thoroughness of their response was reassuring. That's good. Sometimes the browser's built in password manager and Lastpass "fight" with each other so remember to disable the built-in browser password manager. That's irritating. Overall I never had any problems. Sorry to see others do.
I absolutely love this product, but it has stopped working on Edge, rendering it essentially unusable. I hope a fix is coming soon so that I can change to a 5-star review.
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LastPass laat je nooit in de steek en zorgt altijd voor je benodigde wachtwoord, bewaakt zorgvuldig zorgvuldig je broodnodige wachtwoorden en helpt je zonodig uit de brand.
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