Rated 4 out of 5 stars

The best cross-platform, cross-browser, independently-accessible-from-internet-cafes password manager that I've ever found.

To be honest - it's a bit difficult to review this as an add-on. It's more of a service offered in the cloud, and the "add-on" is merely a means of accessing that service. It's possible to access the service without using the add-on too, through any browswer.

My only qualm with it, is that it occasionally corrupts a few entries in my "vault" (as LastPass refer to it), at a frequency of one website every couple of months or so. This means that I have to maintain my keepass file in synch with LastPass just for backup purposes, which is a bit of a maintenance overhead.

Still, it's well worth using, because the time it saves in logging into websites when it does work, far outweighs the few minutes of maintenance required for managing the backups.


Edit: For those who have mentioned that you like to store your passwords locally, and don't trust the cloud for managing them, I can only assume that you don't use your password manager in the way they've been designed to work! KeePass (and others) are great in what they are, but you need to have the application installed to access them (which I don't at the office and at my friend's house), and you also need to keep the encrypted file synchronized between PCs. Some might reply that they can memorize their passwords, so they don't need to access passwords at the office. But that only begs the question of why you are using password managers at all?
@Matt Sayler: In case you haven't noticed, this is a web-browser addon you're reviewing. Seems unfair to mark it down on account of you wanting a desktop-app!

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Simply the best password manager out there Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Portable, across machines, across platforms: of course, some will have a problem with the storage in the cloud, but with an admirable transparency in explaining how it works, it should be evident after some investigation that they've done this the "right" way.

If mobility is important to you, LastPass is the best solution out there at the moment. And with their one-time pads, YubiKey support, iPhone app and extensions for all the browsers I use at home and work, there's not much to complain about.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Simply a must have, you'll never regret downloading LastPass. I use 3 browsers (Don't ask why, I might give a long and boring answer) and it works so well with all 3 of them. LastPass + WOT + NoScript + AdBlock = The perfect/safe/secure internet browsing experience you will ever have.

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It worked, until it didn't Rated 2 out of 5 stars

It worked beautifully for quite some time. Then suddenly it stopped accepting my master password. I reset the master PW to no avail. So I have given up and uninstalled the add on.

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Без вас как без рук! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Обожаю это расширение! Очень удобное меню, работает мгновенно!

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No local-only mode? For shame! Rated 1 out of 5 stars

While I respect the authors' desire to monetize their product, the inability to run this without registering an account on their central server is a non-starter for me. Edit: To clarify, I don't want to distribute my saved passwords ANYWHERE. I just want to save them locally, protected by a master password or similar.

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Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Please make it compatible with Android....

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Perfect! Auto login option isp a wonderful idea. Firefox remembres passwords too, but i most of the time it does not offer them corectly. LastPass is wonderful.

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I'm lovin' it. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

@bob johnson

1. I need to access my passwords on my home and office computers, as well as sometimes I need my passwords on IE or Chrome from time to time. For FF, Sync'ing local copies is a nightmare.

2. FF internal password manager is not smart or flexible enough for many use cases.

3. Remote (or more fashionable "cloud") backup is an additional benefit. And there is a 3rd party review of its privacy/security, I guess I can trust it.

4. You may have these needs. But many many do.

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Doesn't store locally Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Not sure if I like the idea of my log-on and passwords being kept by a third party. Not sure if I will use this password manager. My normal manager isn't up to speed with FF4 but it is an add-on that locally stores passwords.

I am not sure why you would not have the app store passwords locally?

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Excellent addon, blows all the others out of the water in my opinion. One thing on my wish list for this addon though would be the ability to totally automate login instead of having to click "Autofill" I would just like it to be able to do that for me every time and save me an extra click. This will happen on sites even where I have "Autologin" checked and I wish it would just log me in without asking. Perhaps a check box with "always autofill" on the site preferences would do the trick?

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I install this and Adblock every time I do a fresh FireFox install. A must have!

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Fantastic! Makes life on the internet much simpler & much safer! Works great with Firefox 4 Betas too.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Must have! The first add-on I`m installing after adblock. It`s very useful and saves lots of time and nervs with perfect form filling and password sync. I`ve been using it for years and and still find it perfect. Good job guys!

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

COOOL!

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Best add-on Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is my all time favorite Firefox add-on. All in one: password manager, secure notes and fill forms. It's very easy to use. Really, it can't be easier than it is.
When you register on any site (whether manually or by using fill form and generate password feature) LastPass ask you to save site. And that's it. Next time when you try to sign in to that site, LastPass will fill in your data automatically. All you have to remember is ONE master password, which unlock all your data stored in vault.
I don't understand how people can give it 1 star just because THEY don't know how to use it.
Or those who feel unsafe to "send" passwords to private company?? LOL
Then send them to hackers by typing passwords manually.
Just because you are not techie guy, doesn't mean that you need to be stupid. Learn from those who are https://lastpass.com/whylastpass_reviews.php
All your data are encrypted/decrypted locally, on your PC. So, LastPass can't see your passwords.

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Oh my god, yet another addon Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Since the standard sync (something standard from mozilla 4.0) destroyed my bookmarks i'm back on xmarks to discover that its taken over by lasstpass. Sofar so good (yet another useless addon), and they dont deliver the same producr because now we cannot store my password file on a ftp server. And cloud, sorry aint going to happen.. Back to the other disapointment called sync.

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You do realize you're using the "cloud" when you use Firefox sync right? Are you perceiving us more negatively because we go out of our way to make sure you realize that's exactly what's happening whereas others might not?

LAST PASS PASSWORD MANAGER Rated 1 out of 5 stars

This is not a bug report. Not to worry about that.

My problems with LastPass are simple:
I've tried this app. once before and frankly didn't like it then. Not because wasn't worthwile; it probably was. It probably still is. .
XMarks, which I do use, informed me last week or so, that it required LastPass to function properly. Well, wanting to keep
XMarks, I installed - again - LastPass. Despite my reservations.

I am working with a new computer, Windows 7, hating every second of it. I'm a retired Senior, vision not great, and that is the problem for me with applications that are over my head.

Never liked steep learning curves, and LastPass has an even steeper learning curve, given my comments, than I can cope with.

The fact is, I didn't understand the nigglies of working with LastPassthe first time I tried it long ago on my old computer, understand it even less now. I'm a simple person, no Tech Guru sitting at my side, I am my own techie, thank you very much, and while I suppose LastPass is just fine for those who thrive on tinkering with this 'n that 'n the other, it is for them, a godsend.

I was happy with my little XMarks, which seemed to work just fine, as far as it goes. I'm sorry that it went, for whatever reason, and hooked up with something I did not want again. LastPass.

I wouldn't even know how to Rate LastPass because, while I have read wayyyy too much before installing it, and gave up in frustration, I wouldn't tell anybody which tools or applications they should or should not use. That is such a personal decision, pending on so many other things.

What they use, how they use it, where, when, why...goes like that.

Those who have found LastPass to be a godsend, can't be criticized by me. I wish I didn't have it, unless it became intiuitvely smarter than I am.

CNET is an application whore, and seems iin the past few years, to rate anything at all willy nilly, possibly being paid for the privilege, I no longer know. I know I no longer rely upon their Ratings at all. I don't believe half of what they give positive Reviews to. But that is not LastPass's problems. It is mine, caveat emptor. They used to be reliable. They no longer are. Sorry about that. But that is my exprience and it goes back a lot of years.

I am a firm believer in K.I.S.S.
("Keep It Simple Stupid" - Ray Croc)

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.72.0.1-signed). 

LastPass is not required by Xmarks for you to sync bookmarks. Password sync is going away in Xmarks but LastPass' password sync is superior to Xmarks.

With LastPass you can learn as much or as little as you like -- for basic users there's almost no learning curves -- simply login to LastPass and save sites when you login.

broken Rated 3 out of 5 stars

even the newest version is broken on firefox 4 beta 12 especially google mail and there's a toolbar that doesn't even show up and i see no option not to have the toolbar with the context menu and also the icon you can drag in customization wouldn't think you would even need a toolbar to begin with works good on most sites but google mail heres a pic of toolbar not showing http://img16.imageshack.us/img16/9367/pic001.png

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Very well done password manager. Highly recommended. Tried others, but this is the best.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.70.0.1-signed).