Rated 3 out of 5 stars

It is a pity that the Xmarks has no password synchronization built in now as it worked well and overall I preferred that addon for managing my online passwords.

This addon option is clunky and okay if you only have one login per site but if you have multiple logons for sites such as Gmail than it is more of a hindrance than a help. I often find that it automatically fills in the username and password, overriding what I have typed in. I've turned off auto login and still have issues and end up disabling the addon to just logon to Gmail with a different account. The other issue I have is that it works okay if the logon is on the homepage but if you have to click on login link first and then enter the details it is a little iffy if it will automatically do so. Updating details via the Web interface is a pain and I have attempted a few times to update details that were imported when I could no longer use xmarks. Surely there is a way to have an option to use an offline password manager window to update and then upload?!

All I want is an online storage of my passwords that I can access from various computers and that will auto-complete filling in the details if there is a single saved password or otherwise prompt me to choose the password if there are multiple accounts. I am now looking at other options for managing my passwords and will most likely move away from LastPass. Obviously there are many users out there that have rated this highly and that is great but unfortunately for me I just find it hard to manage my passwords.

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Rated 3 out of 5 stars

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Grate

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More Irritation Than Usefulness, Not Secure Rated 1 out of 5 stars

updated

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Rated 4 out of 5 stars

It's a very good addon ! Except one thing.It's making Aurora And Nightly Crash.Well i know they are not even beta but i like to test^^

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Nice add-on. Does it job for me!

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Causes crashing Rated 2 out of 5 stars

The addon itself works fine but it constantly causes firefox to crash when the addon is enabled. This happens on every version from the current release to the latest nightly.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Thanx for discontinuing password-sync in xmarks. I wouldnt have tried/used lastpass. I really like those identities and sharing options in lastpass. Dont know how my family lived without it :-)

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it is badass! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This thing &^%#@n rocks! I wouldn't go online without it. For that dude who got his email hacked I will be you dollars to donuts it wasn't LP that got your ass busted. I also bet you were using web based mail which spies on you anyways. Stop using that and use Thunderbird.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

earthdog1965, either you used LastPass on an unsecure public PC or you're blowing smoke up my ass.

I'm more inclined to believe the latter.

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Great tool! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

What can I say more. Does what it should do, and does it great!
Very useful, intuitive, flexible.
Highly recommended as a password (and forms) management tool.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I tried LastPass back when Xmarks "closed" and used its "find all insecure passwords" feature--and went nuts from data overload and how every login was repeated several times, usually with conflicting passwords of varying vintages. I deleted my account, grumpily filled out the "why are you deleting your account" survey, and received a quick email from LastPass customer service. I scoffed at the "I hope you'll give LastPass another chance" message, but a few months later, I'm here giving LastPass a five-star rating.

My solution was to use another extension to export only my Firefox passwords, which I imported into LastPass. And now, I have my passwords available to me in Firefox, Chrome, and Opera--browser compatability that is unusual with other password extensions, like Xmarks and Roboform.

LastPass is intimidating, but you'll get over it--and love it.

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Best tool2admin site Rated 5 out of 5 stars

GREAT tool: never waste time with login, form, psw
MUST be added

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

You asked me to drag that LastPass icon to Customize window but it doesn't let me to drag it at all, i mean that it doesn't move...

Here's a screenshot what icon i mean: (it's located in Add-on Bar)
http://www.box.net/shared/vbu3lk4ecelu6ntozu8c

Nothing happens when i try to drag it...

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Listen/read "Security Now!" netcast review Rated 4 out of 5 stars

It's *kinda* amusing what some of the people who think they know about security and how LastPass works say about it. Obviously quite a few have No Idea.
For What Its Worth: Steve Gibson did an extensive analysis and lengthy show on one of his "Security Now!" netcasts -- episode 256.
http://grc.com/sn

General Question for LastPass Development: When will the Firefox plug-in work with Firefox 5? (Yes, I'll go post a real bug report. :) )

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Needs improvement Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Now that Xmarks has dropped password synchronization, and Firefox synch capacity is crude, one has to figure out a way to manager passwords. Overall the Lastpass experience is very good, at least with respect to the actual logging into websites. Most of the time it will automatically login you, but sometimes after going to a site, you have to hunt through your "Vault" to force it login.

However, if you need to maintain your logins, you have to use their web interface, and that can be very very slow, sometimes 10-15 seconds per update. Not horrible if you are making a single edit, but nerve-wracking if you need to edit several entries, or move entries to new categories. Roboform is another alternative, but still Windows-centric. At least Lastpass's web interface is platform neutral. Sadly nothing beats the quick responsiveness of Firefox's password manager.

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Not so secure - Needs Two Factor Authentication! Rated 2 out of 5 stars

All online password managers, including Roboform Everywhere and LastPass uses SSL as the way to connect to their servers to login and sync, but SSL is Not as secure as many people may think. SSL has its flaws and can be compromised by "Man in the Middle Attacks" (MITM Attacks) and by Brute-force attack on the session key, as well as by other forms of attacks such as algorithm rollback attacks, timing attacks, traffic analysis, Bleinchenbacher's attacks - Not to mention there is also a few tools such as FireSheep and WireShark which can compromise a SSL connection. Online Password Manager Shall provide SSH (Secure Shell Access) as a secure way to login and sync to and from their servers. SSH is Rock Solid, it is based on a Public/Private exchange of keys model, and it is even possible to tunnel a SSL connection through SSH to Maximize Security. In addition, all online password mangers Shall provide Two Factor Authentication while login in to their servers - Similar to Gmail's Two Step Verification - which can send you an SMS with a One Time Password (OTP) or Call your Phone to provide your OTP audibly, or generate the OTP tokens locally on your iPhone or Android phone through their Google Authenticator App. I just can't picture an Online Password Manager Not providing Two Factor Authentication and SSH. LastPass Servers were recently attacked by Hackers and their customers data was compromised, and that would not happen if they would incorporate Two Factor Authentication + SSH. Period.

Google Two Step Verification:

http://itunes.apple.com/mx/app/google-authenticator/id388497605?mt=8

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LastPass has multifactor...

LastPass offers 3 different multi-factor authentication options today -- please look for yubikey, sesame, and Grid on our website.

Keep away! Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Not reliable at all. Had constant server connection errors. The Sync built in to Firefox is all you need. Stay away from this extension!

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

great indispensable extension!

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SeaMonkey Version 2.2 Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Using SeaMonkey as my browser. Just upgraded to version 2.2 and now Last Pass does not work. States that it is not compatible. Any solution to this? Or just point me in the right direction!
Thanks in advance.

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