Skip this upgrade Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Last Pass, as great as it is, left my Firefox unusable today. The upgrade to 1.64.0 caused Firefox to consume all CPU resources and took me on a nostalgic trip down -safe-mode lane. After disabling Last Pass 1.64.4 I then visited Firefox add-on website, found LastPass, noticed that on their Firefox add-on page that they had a link to older versions and I re-installed 1.62.0. Thankfully, their weren't any major security fixes in this upgrade. I'll be skipping this version for now! Let me know when you won't need ALL my CPU.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.64.4). 

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This last update rendered Firefox completely unusable. Last Pass caused Firefox to consume all CPU resources and required a downgrade back to 1.62.0. Things work again but only after a trip to safe mode, disabling 1.64.4, reinstalling 1.62.0 and re-enabling it. I'll skip this upgrade for now!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.64.4). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Okay, so the recent changes to Last Pass have rendered it unusable in my browser. I downgraded back to 1.62.0 from 1.64.4 and it began working again. When I attempted to log in using my master password while having 1.64.4 installed it consumed all cpu resources and froze firefox. If this happens to you run 'firefox -safe-mode' from a terminal, choose continue in safe mode without checking any boxes, go directly to your add-ons and disable last pass. Then when you close firefox and run it normally you can go to firefox website, find last pass plug-in and view older versions and install the 1.62.0 replacement until a viable fix for the 1.64.4 problem is found. Be sure to re-enable the 1.62.0 after it is installed and you have restarted firefox and then restart again to make sure you are back up an running with you passwords. If you have as many passwords as I do you will be greatly inconvenienced without a password manager. Thanks to Last Pass for making a great add-on, and if I can help with a solution to this problem I gladly will. Let me know what you will need from me.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.64.4). 

Navigation Toolbar Bug? Rated 3 out of 5 stars

after installing v1.64.4 all buttons on navigation toolbar dissappeared (back/forward/refresh/home, etc) except lastpass. uninstalling LP did not fix this. uninstalling/reinstalling firefox fixed it, but the problem returned as soon as i reinstalled LastPass.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.64.4). 

Right click on the toolbar and customize

Sorry Matt,

You can right click to customize on the toolbar area of Firefox to fix this (drag elements you want back on to the toolbar, start with the 'Restore Default Set', then Drag the LastPass Icon Gray Icon on to the toolbar).

Ironically this was caused by us being more proper about allowing our icon to be entirely hidden in 1.64.4, instead of adding ourselves on startup.

We've re-released 1.64.4 with a change we hope will prevent this from happening to anyone else.

1 word: Perfect Rated 5 out of 5 stars

but.. I have one issue. The autofill on one website doesn't work, i have to do it manually even if in the options of the site the option "Never autofill" is not selected. I even tried to remove the site from the vault but still nothing. any idea how can i solve it?

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.64.4). 

Generally these steps work

https://lastpass.com/help.php?topic=loginprob&nw=1&fromwebsite=1

Step 5 saves all fields on the page, and works with nearly any scenario.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is a great add-on. It has made my life better.
i'm using it with all internet browsers i uesd to use

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is a great add-on. It has made my life better.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

Best Password Managing app! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Amazing is the only word I can say. When contacting support, I got a response in an hour! Kudos!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Outstanding password manager that works seamlessly across platforms and browsers. Replaced my all time favorite password manager - 1password! Also available on the android mobile phone operating system so now I can work and browse anywhere. Mobile version is in beta and still buggy. Great price with great, responsive support!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

Forces you to use their servers Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Pretty unbelievable that a company would attack a potential customer who wants to use his own server instead of the LastPass servers like this:

"Opinions like this come from ignorance of the fact that there is a better way. Are you 100% against Mozilla Weave too? Online backups? The hundreds of other services that use the same principals? The only way we can fight this ignorance is education."

Somewhere I read your philosophy is to read every email and forum post and listen to your customers. Apparently, that is just marketing hype. Dismissing potential customers as ignorant for wanting to do things differently than you think they should is just plain rude and no way to build your business or inspire confidence that you will listen to your customers wants.

Some people like your product but don't want to use your servers. Is that so hard to understand? There can be many reasons for this. Some may not trust your security. Some may not trust your server response and uptime. Some just like to keep their data on their own servers. Some just want the flexibility to choose their software and their hosting provider separately. Some have tight corporate IT restrictions on what they can store on other servers or what sites they can access. They are all valid reasons for potential customers to not want to use your servers whether you think so or not.

As for Weave you can run your own Weave server if you want. You aren't locked into Mozilla servers. As for online backups there are many solutions that don't lock you into a particular host. The same goes for just about every other service out there.

LastPass looks like a great product other than being forced to use the LastPass servers. A product I'd even pay for if I had the choice to sync through my own server.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

We're coming out with self hosting -- that's not what's at issue

We think it's a great idea to use your own server, we're going to be supporting it very soon as part of our enterprise offering and we've said that consistently. This is an area where we've definitely heard customers loud and clear and acted on their suggestions.

That's not what's at issue here at all. What the previous poster wanted is for centralized storage to not exist because they assumed it couldn't be done securely. That's the incorrect assumption we're trying to clear up. Once you understand Host Proof Hosting a light bulb goes off because you go from the state of believing there's no possible way to have an online password manager and have it be secure to realizing that not only is it possible, it's a good idea!

We understand and appreciate that people want to host this themselves -- we realize it's an absolute requirement in the corporate world too. That's why we're doing it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Can't live without LastPass! i have multiple work and personal accounts for some sites, so Lastpass really helps me!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

It works but it was slow. I was hoping to stop using Rofoborm and switch to Lastpass because it worked on Linux but the browser would lock up everytime I added a password of filled out a form. I have over 500 logins so this may not affect most people, but if you're a heavy user I wouldn't recommend this plugin.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

Linux problem only: Try the binary accelerated version

By default we do not put the binary acceleration into the Linux platform: Linux is so fractured and broken we risk potentially crashing firefox. If you're comfortable using Firefox Safe Mode to recover if that happens we'd encourage you try try it:
https://lastpass.com/download.php

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

OK. Loaded LastPass from Mozilla instead of LastPass website, and it now works perfectly. I don't know enough to know why it wouldn't load properly from the website, using Firefox, but it did load properly from Add On list.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Just plain doesn't work: It won't install and set up on Firefox 3.5, although it set up perfectly on IE, which I never use. The "Last Pass" button only gives half-completed items on a half-developed drop down menu. Attempted install on a two year-old, dual-core Dell, running XP Pro, no unusual configurations, and all anti-virus software shut off during installation.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Works great. Using Linux Mint 8 (64 bit) with Firefox. Easy to setup and very easy to use.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

had no end of trouble, constantly resetting passwords, having multiple accounts with each site such as domains you manage or even something as simple as twitter really badly thought out... uninstall path? yeah right, thanks a lot!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

Twitter works, uninstall path is standard, you can get support

Please contact support@lastpass.com Multiple accounts on each site work well, but it is a little confusing until you put them all into LastPass: LastPass uses the BEST matching URL to autofill and orders by matching and last use, when you try to use it and don't have all your sites in this can be confusing and misunderstood.

The uninstall path is EXACTLY the same as every other Addon! Firefox -> Tools -> Addons -> LastPass -> Uninstall.

Twitter works, we use it daily to login. These steps will help you fix any site that isn't Flash / Java. https://lastpass.com/help.php?topic=loginprob&nw=1&fromwebsite=1

Best Pwd Mngr Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is the one of the best password manager i'v come across with. never had any problem with it .

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Lasstpass is great its one of the best add-ons to my F.F browser .

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I give it 100 out of 5 because its really great when i first tried it i was like nah it cant be that good but ever since i got it for fire fox it was just so joyful because i only have to remember ONE MASTER PASSWORD and i know its safe if you wont u can get a yubikey not sure if I'm spelling it right it gives u even more security for lastpass.
[ ITS JUST WONDERFUL] PERIOD

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

NOT COOL! Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I would give it a lower rating but can't.
I was thinking the EXACT same dang thing when I read the details.
I COMPLETELY Agree with this other poster.
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Rated 1 out of 5 stars by cRaZyK1D on November 28, 2009
I was about to install this add-on, when I noticed the part about uploading all my MOST sensitive data to some unknown developer's site. Are you KIDDING ME??? What is WRONG with just storing and encrypting this stuff locally?? (Maybe in a file that I can carry around on USB key, if I absolutely must.) Why should I have to trust these guys? How strong is THEIR security? If (when) their server is hacked, what are they going to do - apologize to everyone? Forget it. There are other add-ons that do the same thing without this hideous security vulnerability.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.62.0). 

Please learn about what we do before commenting on it.

We ask that people actually give a few minutes trying to understand what we do before they comment on it. These comments indicate that they don't understand what we do. If our server is hacked we will tell everyone that it occured but their data is SAFE because of the way Host Proof Hosting works:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Host-proof_hosting

Opinions like this come from ignorance of the fact that there is a better way. Are you 100% against Mozilla Weave too? Online backups? The hundreds of other services that use the same principals? The only way we can fight this ignorance is education.