- by whosjfk, 6 months agoRated 1 out of 5Installed 3 years ago. During an update with Firefox, Lastpass some how lost my email encryption key for my PGP encryption and now i'm locked out of my kraken account and I can't read any of my emails from them. Do not fully rely on this software.
- by yoyomama, 6 months agoRated 4 out of 5The reason why I prefer this manager over Bitwarden is that account recovery is much easier as it's only a text that's sent. Bitwarden not only requires 2FA to obtain a recovery key but the 2FA is needed with every login - that quickly gets annoying.
Then again, Bitwarden does allow the ability to remain signed in for a whole browser session. However, LastPass might also have this feature - I just haven't been able to locate it yet.
If things change, expect an update.
* Please note that I initially choose Bitwarden over LastPass, but deleted the account because of said issue.
- by James, 6 months agoRated 5 out of 5This always worked seamlessly - until the latest Firefox update - 89.0
Now, no logins/passwords are transferred to the appropriate login/password window, and the LastPass three-dot logo doesn't appear either.
I've "down-graded" back to the reliable 88.0.1 Firefox until it's sorted.
It'll be Mozilla's fault - not that of Firefox, I'll bet.
- by Firefox user 16901784, 6 months agoRated 1 out of 5If our work didn't use LastPass for shared credentials, I would never use this.
The most janky UI ever, you might as well just be using the web version on their site instead other than the auto-fill function.
Be careful not to share any passwords with "additional fields" because these literally get deleted when shared/moved to another folder.
It's pretty insane how bad the extension is, on top of how bad LastPass the product itself is.