Rated 1 out of 5 stars

ThrillZ don't lie please.

Lastpass has no option whatsoever to store your passwords on your own computer instead of their servers. Saying they are encrypted doesn't change anything, more so because lastpass is not open source, and no one has any reason to trust them, just because they say so. And even if it was true, storing passwords online is the worst thing you can do to your passwords. Why? because lastpass admitted that they have gotten hacked very recently.

Don't listen to these individuals obviously working for lastpass, store your passwords in your own computers or write them down, safest place they can be. NEVER EVER give your credit card info or important passwords to any online password manager. That is just plain suicide.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.74.0.1-signed). 

You don't understand how LastPass works.

LastPass has no access to your sensitive data because your data is encrypted locally with a key that never touches LastPass servers.

We never want you or any user to simply to trust us on our word, we invite and encourage you to prove to yourself that LastPass is doing what we're saying were doing as many have before. Contact us and we'll help you prove this.

This isn't a grand conspiracy with LastPass employees commenting here, they're saying it because the model has been verified by a number of people.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

1. This add-on is excellent, and the secure password generator is priceless.

2. The ability to create your own 2nd layer of hardware verification via a usb drive is awesome!

DO NOT listen to Surrealzx's misinformed review. He obviously has no idea what he is talking about. He claims lastpass forces users to store their passwords on their server and may be selling private info to 3rd parties.

THAT IS RIDICULOUS.

They don't have the encryption key to your passwords (only you do), and the encryption and decrypting all takes place on your own computer, where a backup copy of LastPass' records is always kept. The service strongly encourages using strong, secure, randomized passwords with web sites, and it ENDS the use of INSECURE password storing by browsers.

For a great 3rd party opinion checkout lifehacker's review at
<http://lifehacker.com/5483119/the-easy-any+browser-any+os-password-solution>

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is the best password manager at the moment. I don't have any complaints about the features that are available in this add ons. Highly recommended. Thanks.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Must have app and add-on for web avid people.

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Security? Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Hi,
I want to ask a small question because I could not find it on the website. You are saying that you dont store the master password and it is created and stored locally. However it is not possible to create an account (where you have to provide a master password and email) you need an internet connection. What could be the reason which makes the users think that their master password is really secure. Another thing is if you need a valid e-mail account for the registration why are not registration and creating the master password seperate processes?
To be honest I decided to quit the registration because I don't know if my master password is really secret or whether it is really hashed. This is a good add-on but it is a bit of security issues. On the other hand Firefox password manager is trustworthier because you can always see the code running at behind.
I would like to quote a saying of my Security lecture Prof. "If you are on the web never trust anyone".

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I previously commented that I was wrong. Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This text is "translated WEB" has been used.
You may not understand my comments.

As title, I can not login site (URL: https://secure.nicovideo.jp/secure/login_form) There.
"Last Pass" is using.
Today I was able to login. "LAST PASS" using.

While logged into this site I
I "addons.mozilla.org" attempted to log on.
"Last Pass" using the "addons.mozilla.org" I could not login.
"Login Button" press did not respond to nothing.

Tab of this site (URL: https://secure.nicovideo.jp/secure/login_form) closed.

Then I 1.-3. Ran.
1. Delete Cookies
2. "Flash cookies" Delete
3.
Firefox
L tool
L option
L Privacy
L Exceptions site
L cookie delete all

I can log in or why, I do not understand.
When I logged in, "Last Pass" were valid.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Initially I was wary about using LastPass as it felt like putting all my eggs into one basket and I wasn't sure why they should be trusted with all my passwords. I have come to find that LastPass is brilliant! In a time where a GPU can crack a complicated password in record time I'm glad I have LastPass which can generate and save complex passwords for all of my individual log ins. As for trusting LastPass, they don't actually keep my data but rather it's encrypted locally. Considering it's a free service as well I think it's phenomenal and I would encourage anyone who wants to keep their passwords as secure as possible to use LastPass

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

i think best password manager

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Hot key for save Notes, please

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Удобно, функционально, бесплатно)))

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Just tried 1.74 on Firefox 5 /// cool and awesome as expected. .... I <heart> this addon

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Лучший плагин для Firefox Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Самый лучший и простой в использовании плагин для хранения паролей. К тому же бесплатный.

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LastPass User for three years... Rated 5 out of 5 stars

There is simply put NO other password manager like this one. I'm a long-time user, and I cannot recommend this add-on/service highly enough. They're simply great at not only storing passwords, but are extremely responsive to problems, questions, and assistance in general. Some things in this world are UNMATCHED, and this is one which justly deserves the label.

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

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

After Gawker.com got hacked, they recommended this add-on. This is a pretty awesome add-on. You can save your own passwords or you can have LastPass generate one for you. It has been VERY helpful for me especially on my work computer.

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Last Lastpass Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Hacked? Lost all my passwords? Last time I'm using lastpass, seemed like the best out there but i guessed wrong

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LastPass Continues to Rock!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

On December 5, 2009 I wrote a very positive review (here) about LastPass and I'm glad to say that my continuing experience is just as positive, if not more so. LastPass has served as a great way to simplify all my passwords (plus a lot more!). One of the hugely attractive features it has is the ability for multi-factor authentication with the Yubikey (and some other options as well). You can either rely on some of LastPass's more "simple" features for basic logon tools, or take advantage of some advanced features that have to be seen to be believed. No, I don't work for LastPass, nor do I get a kick back or have drunk the Kool-Aid. In fact I'm about as paranoid as they come and am simply able to appreciate something good when I experience it.

Again, this tool rocks!

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Отличный менеджер паролей и не только! Рекомендую всем со связкой Xmarks!

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

One of the best password manager add on that available out there. Even it's free but have many usefull utilities like save your password, generate it, and even fill form for you with easy way. Like their slogan "The Last Password You'll Have to Remember!", Now everywhere I register... I'm only just remember my Lastpass password. :)
Thank's for this great add on.

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Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Constant warning message LastPass "Can not connect to Internet" is annoying. Please update this extension soon.

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Logging off on its own Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I have been experiencing a problem with this add on. it never remains logged in even though i have the internet connection

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