Great password manager but performance sucks with firefox Rated 1 out of 5 stars
The add-on causes so many issues with firefox that it makes no sense. I suffer from constant "not responding" because of this add-on. They really need to get there act together as fix these issues sooner than later!!
Features :-), Performances :-( Rated 1 out of 5 stars
L’application est excellente dans le principe mais ralenti tellement la navigation qu'elle rend Firefox inutilisable :-(This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Terrible performance Rated 2 out of 5 stars
A great password manager, that slows down my browser to a crawl. It´s so bad that I even moved to Chrome until I found this guy was the culprit.
The fact that version 3.x is not the latest version at all, yet Lastpass insists in not updating it here, sounds REALLY FISHY. This version is not compatible with e10s, and version 4.x has an even worse performance.
Still looking for a fully functional, LIGHTWEIGHT password manager.
why is it so crippled on Android? Rated 2 out of 5 stars
no copy username/password option
no search in vault
no password generator
the Dolphin extension is better but Dolphin is an awful browser now
Version 4 = unusable browser Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Long time LastPass premium subscriber here. I have recommended LastPass to dozens of people over the years. Version 4 has negated years worth of goodwill towards LastPass. When I installed the Lastpass 4.1.26, my browser came to a near halt. Firefox app flipping from not responding to working became the norm. Opening a saved Firefox session with 4 tabs became a frustrating, time wasting event. In addition to Firefox changing from not responding and then working, rinse wash repeat, I had near continual long running script messages pointing to LastPass. What used to be a must have browser add-on has been turned into a smoking pile of rubbish. I have reverted back to version 3, which has made my browser usable again. I'm very disappointed in LastPass development and quality control (or lack thereof) in what has been rolled out in version 4. This isn't a "my system" problem, a friend of mine had the exact same result with V4. Come on devs, I'm paying you for a quality product. V4 could best be described as alpha code with me being an unwilling app tester. In summary, I love the LastPass service and have used it for years until the diseased excrement called LastPass 4 was released. I will not be renewing my premium subscription if V4 continues to be a frustrating and unusable product. I would gladly give zero stars if the option were available.
Slows down Firefox Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Firefox is not the fastest browser out there, I think we all know that, but this extension makes it almost unusable. Lastpass services is great but I can't use it like this. Only by the size of the extension you can already see that is huge, and the performance is terrible.
SO BAD! Rated 1 out of 5 stars
really bugged. impossible to use well and daily. for example, it can't manage twitter accounts, and setup is bad thinked. it needs to be thinked again from zero by my opinion. like maxthon could be perfect... but maxthon doesn't work on linux ;_; .. i wasted one day of my life trying to use this extention. i advise to try an other ext or wait for new realases.
Lousy recovery process or very poor support for non-Permium users (not sure which) Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Password recovery page would not load in my browser (latest version of Firefox on Linux), and could not access through other browsers because no passwords had been uploaded from them. Technical support offered no solution but to delete account and start again - losing all passwords.
Do not download this here. It's an outdated version. Rated 1 out of 5 stars
For some reason, mozilla.org isn't hosting the current version of LastPass (currently at v4.1.29a).
Get it from the lastpass website!
LastPass is awesome, by the way. Ignore my one-star rating. I was just trying to get your attention.
My Preferred Password Manager Now Rated 4 out of 5 stars
For years I used Roboform but got sick to death of having to update it every time FF came out with a new build. FastPass fits the bill...so far.
Download from their website, instead Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Performance has improved a bit. Not sure why the latest download here is v3.3.1 (I think) whereas their website has 4.1.26.
Sever Impact on FireFox performance Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Previous versions of the LastPass plugin were in the background and trouble free. Didn't notice it was even there. Now, I have version 3.3.1 of the plugin and it's impacting page load rather severely. Digging a little bit, I found out that changing the ToolBar icons from the default ones to the paddle-lock style icons, and the performance is far less impacted.
Perhaps revise the default Toolbar icons so they don't impact the performance so much?
Brings Firefox to a Crawl Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I've been having horrible performance issues in FF for the last few weeks. I finally figured out that it was the LastPass addon that was killing page load times, navigation, and making FF unusable. I really like LastPass but FF is not usable with the addon installed.
LASTPASS <3 Rated 5 out of 5 stars
LastPass er været en stor hjælp for mig. Gik fra Dashlane & 1Password, hvori den første var også vildt fantastisk. Men overall har LastPass, bare ramt mig bedre. Tak, fordi i passer på mine private oplysninger.
Sucks Rated 1 out of 5 stars
It couldn't be worse. Opens a shitload of new lastpass.com tabs and nothing else
Addon is going worse... Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Old version (3.x) do not work correctly with multiprocess Firefox (Electrolysis), e.g. password generation do not work at all, but when it works, it is quite fast.
New version (4.x) is at least 10 times slower than 3.x. On fast SSD rig, first login window takes about 10 seconds to display, edit site window more than 5 seconds and so on. Basic HTTP credentials filling also do not work, there is button (in HTTP login window) which only display saved credentials, but do not fill them to window fields.
This add-on is definitely going wrong way...
do NOT upgrade to version 4 Rated 1 out of 5 stars
It's riddled with bugs (won't save prefs correctly), and everything it does is massively slower than in version 3. If they force all to use version, I'm out.
Slow Upgrade Progress Rated 4 out of 5 stars
While Chrome extension is getting fancy new looks, redesigned UI. Firefox is still stucking with the old system. With the imminent change of Firefox extension API and multi-process enabling. This addon is still incompatible with the coming Firefox features. Please upgrade it.
Update: Saw a comment down below. Lastpass is providing the latest version of Firefox extension on their own website, which is compatible with multiprocess. Here is the link: https://lastpass.com/lastpassffx/xpi.php
Update: Development channel on this page also works.
Great Add-on for Firefox! Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This add-on has been a life saver for me, as I have way too many passwords to keep track of! Excellent for someone that has to save and manage many passwords on spreadsheets and other docs. This allows you to keep your multiple usernames and passwords for different accounts in a secure fashion. It integrates very nicely with Firefox. After verification of identity, it's a one click step to all of your accounts (usernames, passwords, and other notes about the account).
My only caveat is the lack of universal implementation of username and password input in an admittedly small sub-sector of websites.
I would be more than happy to work with the developers of this add-on to help improve and debug the application for websites that do not work as expected with this add-on!
Switched to Chrome because of this extension Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I was a steadfast user of Firefox, up until I noticed it slowing to a crawl (and often to a freeze). Tried to narrow it down and after a restart with Add-Ons disabled and trying each extension, I narrowed it down to LastPass. Without it enabled, FF works like normal; but the moment I enable it (it has No Restart if I recall) it quickly slows down until I have to kill it in task manager.
That was probably spring of 2016. I've since switched to Chrome as my work and personal browser and the LastPass extension there works just fine if not better (autofill functions, among other things). I use LastPass more than all the other extensions I have, so I was willing to find equal to sub-par alternatives for those on Chrome.
I do notice they have come up with a 4.1.25 version (which is not posted on Firefox's Add-Ons system) that forum users on LastPass have said fix this problem. I may try it one more time down the road, because I do miss the sheer number of extensions available on Firefox. If it works, I will revise my review here. But really, why is there not more parity between Chrome and Firefox versions, and why does it take half a year to fix a browser-breaking issue?