Serious Bug I believe Rated 2 out of 5 stars

My concerns are even though I password protect a login info (password protect this site), lastpass is allowing the option of "copy username" and "copy password". This is a serious bug using these options any one can simply copy the username and password for any login without providing the master password. Try it your self to believe.
This comment is on version 1.45 as on 02/24/2009. Probably you should wait for this bug to be fixed or don't save important login info using lastpass.

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Fabulous App! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

LastPass is fantastic. It is a breeze to set-up and a joy to use. As good as Roboform is, this is way better, especially in its ability to be used seamlessly across all one's computers or with a USB device on any one else's computer. Most impressive, though, is the prompt and dedicated technical support should any problem arise.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is most likely the most useful add on I have ever downloaded!

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Great Rated 5 out of 5 stars

i trust these guys, they seem like good people

i used to use Sxipper, but LastPass has far more security

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So far, so good Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I've read the negative reviews and the replies from the lastpass crew and I feel comfortable using this add-on.
Been using it for two weeks now and it is a great time saver.

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Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Absolutely a bad idea. There is nothing about this concept that is reliably secure -- and "because we say so" doesn't make it safe. Anyone who trusts an external storage system for all of his or her most vital passwords, is taking a huge risk. Spend an hour on the web reading reliable information about security, and you'll see that the ONLY way to go is an open source solution, stored locally.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.45). 

Fantastic idea

If LastPass had access to your encryption key, we'd agree with you, but the fact is we found a better way that is safe and secure.

It's easy to write things off because you can't be bothered to look at the details. If you looked at the details you'd see that your sensitive data is encrypted locally with a key that isn't sent to LastPass. You'd see that you can verify that is case because we use standard encryption algorithms where you can reverse the encryption yourself.

The website (https://lastpass.com/) is 100% open source. You can verify it completely, you can see that the plugin sends the exact same data back and forth. Will that satisfy you?

The Firefox plugin can be run in a non-binary mode (see LastPass.com download's page) where you can read (but not use for your own purposes) the source code (it's slower because it's not using our binary encrypt speed ups). You can verify that it sends the same data back and forth, you can even see where we run the binary portions and see we only pass data to be encrypted and decrypted to them. Will that satisfy you?

The reality is that host proof hosting is a very legitimate and recognized way to implement an online password manager (see wikipedia for an explanation), and you're clinging to ideas that we're once true, but technology has advanced past your knowledge.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

ja, schicke idee, und ansich feines addon..

nur wer überwacht den hersteller?? wer überwacht die mechanismen für die passwörter??

gebt nur fleisig alle bankdaten raus.. an jemand den keiner kennt, und keiner überwacht..

sehr fragwürdig..

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Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This is a very helpful program indeed. Better than another older but similar program, especially as that one started off free, but later on charged for registration. A warm thank you to the developer, who I hope does not take it down the same route as the older program I have alluded to.

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Пароль? Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Конечно не разобрался по английски НО зачем при регистрации требует емейл и пароль к нему?

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Awesome..Awesome..Awesome. Have been waiting for a password manager like this for years...works great on all my computers and my iphone too!!

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Best password manager available Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I've tried several password managers including 1Password and keepass. Neither is in the same league as LastPass.

The Firefox and IE integration means your passwords are synced automatically to your PC at work and Mac at home.

P.S. Stop whining about it not being open source. Is Google open source? Nope. Do you Google? Do you have Gmail? That's all closed source too. Companies have to protect their IP in order to stay in business. If you don't trust them then go back to your basement with your tinfoil hat.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Ganz süß, aaaaber:
- ietab funktioniert nicht
- fireftp-Konten funktionieren nicht
Ansonsten: super - viel besser als alles anderer, was ich bis jetzt gesehen habe!

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Again--fantastic product! It is WONDERFUL to have a password utility with support and new features, not to mention the quality and care of the responses in the forums.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Génial
Encore un peu jeune dans l'ergonomie mais très très bien tout de même
A conseiller
à+

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

ottimo! manca solo l'italiano. pero ottima espansione.

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Rated 2 out of 5 stars

"Our privacy policy states that we won't do this and we're not going to break the law."

You can't realy believe that someone be so gullible.

There is no proof, that you telling truth. Nobody knows how the sensitive Data be encrypted and stored. Maybe you are serious, but only your promise about the security is very little. Only open Source shows how it realy works and how safe you system is. Your idea is good, very good, and the comfort is impressive, but People are bad. Why should I precisely trust you?

I am looked for some informations about LastPass but there are no independent tests about the security. All reportings tell the same:

Only LastPass say: The passwords are stored on the local computer after the procedure with AES 256-bit encrypted. And only in this form they will be send to the lastpass server.
But which user knows so well about cryptography? Encrypt the software realy the passwords? Shure? Absolutly shure? Who knows...only you. Open Source - everyone can test it.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.45). 

Trust

Trusting the people behind LastPass is necessary if you want to use the service -- even if LastPass was 100% open source LastPass could release a different binary than the source we released publicly. There's _always_ trust involved -- an open source project could be a great cover for nefarious activity since people naively blindly trust open source projects. Almost no one compiles open source projects themselves, and even fewer fully audit the code.

You don't have to rely on our word alone, you can analyze the data that's sent back and forth -- you can login via the website which is by definition 'open source', you can verify that the same data is sent to the plugins, etc. We have nothing to hide, would benefit from the audit and will help you audit if that's your desire.

You can certainly look at the people behind the project on the website, the fact that they're putting their names, faces and reputations on the line with this project and come to your own conclusion.

You can treat the product with caution until we've earned your trust.

You can wait for another 3rd party to take a look at what we're doing since Mozilla isn't enough for you.

Ultimately though you can choose to trust us and use the service or choose not to and uninstall.

-Joe Siegrist

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

One of the best security softwares!! Awesome!!

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Rated 1 out of 5 stars

its closed source. In theory it sounds good but how do i know my details aren't being sold???...i dont it is just i have 2 trust them

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We're a company, bound by a privacy policy

Our privacy policy states that we won't do this and we're not going to break the law. You can also look at what data is being passed back and forth to decide if you want to trust us (see our FAQ).

Indispensable Rated 5 out of 5 stars

[French review / critique en français]

Comme une majorité d'utilisateur du Web, je possède plusieurs comptes de messageries, de comptes de forums ou de réseaux sociaux.

Avec le temps cela devient une véritable contrainte, surtout si je me déplace, que je n'ai pas mon propre ordinateur avec moi, bref.

J'ai découvert LastPass et cet outils a carrément révolutionné ma vie, je n'ai plus à me poser la moindre question, dès que je créé un nouveau compte (messagerie ou autre), il est automatiquement enregistré dans mon coffre sur le site de lastPass.

En utilisation pure, on ne se pose plus la moindre question. Que j'utilise mon PC à la maison, mon Mac au Bureau, ou que je me connecte depuis Ubuntu (Linux) chez un ami, j'accède à tous mes comptes en totale liberté et surtout en sécurité et ce quelque soit le navigateur utilisé (Chrome et FireFox en ce qui me concerne).

Je lui mets 5 étoiles car il les mérite largement.
Seul petit hic, le paramétrage avancée n'est pas encore totalement traduit en français (il reste aux quelques bonnes âmes qui font se travail, 5 malheureux pourcents pour la traduction française).

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.44). 

Very Useful Rated 5 out of 5 stars

So I first wrote this review in a bit of a hurry and didn't know not to post bugs and such. A day later I got an E-mail from one of the folks managing LastPass asking for details about the bug. And after a few days they patched a bug.

I don't think I've ever seen anyone go to such trouble to contact someone who buggered a review. And I can't live without it now.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.45). 

Thanks for helping us resolve it

This is fixed in v1.45