They suck. But they are better than some Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I only started using LastPass a week ago. I wasn't thrilled with the idea of synching to their servers. This was a mechanism they came up with to offer transparent transportation of ther passwords. I don't care about that feature. I think in hindsight they may now realize how stupid that was of them.

LastPass was very forthcoming with questions I had about their security model last week (around 4/28). Because I'd been burned by the Sony PSN breach I realized I needed to have random passwords on every single website I use (hundreds of them). Sucks but until websites use two-factor or true federated ID systems, it's the only solution.
Less than a week after I started using it, they get hacked. :(

I commend LastPass for immediately notifying users and for not lying, handwaving or otherwise trying do dismiss the situation.
However, I have to condemn them for not realzing that asking ONE MILLION people to change their passwords all at once wasn't going to utterly destroy their servers uptime, :(

In the end, I'm not going to use the product. I like the Firefox extension, I like that it's available on many platforms. I do not like that synching your passwords with their website is mandatory. That part of the solution was a bad, bad idea.

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

Who's Wrong Now? Rated 1 out of 5 stars

The developer complains about my earlier review because I criticized LastPass for FORCING you to store your passwords on their server. Now today they've announced that their password database may have been compromised. Of course this doesn't affect anybody who has their passwords stored locally. Think about that before you use LastPass.

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The way the LastPass model works only people who created weak master passwords were at any risk, and quick steps were taken to protect them. LastPass is an online service. That's what it is. The best line of defense is to choose a strong master password.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

"LastPass is the last password you'll ever need"... unless LastPass asks you to change your password because THEY GOT HACKED!!

Think twice before using a service like this - if you're going to put all your eggs in one basket, at least make sure you're holding the basket!!

blog.lastpass.com/2011/05/lastpass-security-notification.html

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

ca bug Rated 1 out of 5 stars

le module en lui même est pas mal, facilité d'emploi, mais depuis que je l'ai installé, j'ai plusieurs pages aussi bien firefox que sur IE (entre autres des applications FB), qui bugent.Dès que je suis déconnecté tout re marche convenablement.
Je crois donc que je vais devoir m'en séparer

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Commercial use but for personal Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Shall i use this addon at my "Work place" but for personal use

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Rated 1 out of 5 stars

version 1.72 is outdated since March 14, date of release of 1.73 https://lastpass.com/upgrade.php?fromwebsite=1&releasenotes=1 that's a real shame. Go get the updated version on LP web site people.

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Has made me more secure Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This does a fantastic job. It does hold your data on a server on the internet, but before you panic and have the knee jerk reaction of the 1star reviewers checkout the in depth analysis conducted by Steve Gibson on the net cast "Security Now" episode 256. http://www.grc.com/sn/sn-256.htm . The message is be wary of off site storage of your personal data, but don't reject it without even researching it. j

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Not On Your LIfe Rated 1 out of 5 stars

BEWARE!! BEWARE!! BEWARE!!! BEWARE!!

Once your private information hits the internet it is NO LONGER PRIVATE. The LAST thing you want to do as allow your userid and password information to be stored anywhere BUT your own personal computer. It does not matter how convenient it may seem or how secure they tell you it is, you might as well publish all your financials and your passwords in a full page ad in the Sunday paper. Sooner or later that public database WILL be broken. You may not know about it until it is too late.

Download a good password manager that works ONLY on your machine. Make sure you use your firewall software to NOT allow it to talk to the internet AT ALL. Only then will you have reduced the chance of identity theft to a MODERATE level.

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

A true must-have! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I started using LastPass a while ago now and am glad that I have. Not only do they help me with remembering (and not having to remember) all of my many passwords, but they also provide tips and tools to help my find ways to increase my security online. A great example of that is their LastPass Security Challenge (http://bit.ly/mGkHg7)

I know that from time to time you will see some poor reviews from people who do not understand LastPass and the technology that they use, but don't be too concerned. I have studied computer programming and computer and network security and I have done my research into various related topics before adopting LastPass. I have great faith that their system is incredibly secure and trustworthy.

Some people have concerns about their data being stored on LP's servers and think that that makes it less secure. Let me assure you, it is far more secure on their servers, encrypted as it is, than it is storing it on your home PC or writing it down on paper.

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

Careful Rated 1 out of 5 stars

You cannot use this plugin without agreeing to store all of your usernames and passwords on their servers. No local copy is stored unless you manually export them. If their servers go down for a week like Sony's PS3 network, you're not going to be logging in to anything. Also strange is their strong resistance to feature requests asking for the ability to use LastPass without storing usernames and passwords on the Internet. There has to be a reason they *really* want your data to be stored on their servers.

Unless you have the qualifications necessary to perform a good cryptanalysis of the data being exchanged between your computer and the LastPass Web site, your only option is to just "trust" that it's a secure implementation of AES and that ALL of your data is being encrypted with AES.

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

You are very misinformed.

You are very misinformed, and further these are all FAQs too: https://lastpass.com/support.php?lpnorefresh=1

1) All your data is ALWAYS kept both locally in the cloud -- LastPass disappears? You still have all your data. You NEVER have to manually do anything to ensure your data is kept locally.

2) A number of people have gone through the steps to verify we're doing what we say we're doing, you can too, we'll help you. Checkout what Steve Gibson said about it after fully reviewing it: http://twit.tv/sn256

Your usernames and passwords are not stored on our servers, your ENCRYPTED DATA with a key LastPass NEVER HAS ACCESS TO is stored on our servers. This is a huge difference.

You got to be kidding me! Rated 1 out of 5 stars

You got to be kidding me! For the LastPass Add-on to work you must signup and register with this company... and get this.... which then allows them to keep all your passwords on their servers!!!!... NO WAY... I don't know or trust this company.

What's wrong with storing the passwords on MY computer? I guess then they can't track or sell my information!

If the fact you must signup with this company BEFORE you can ever save ONE PASSWORD was made clear to me in the description of this Add-on I would have NEVER installed this thing.

UNINSTALLED.

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

Synchronization with no downsides -- that's why.

We don't store your passwords, we store your encrypted data that's encrypted with a key LastPass' servers and employees NEVER have access to. This is a huge difference. You should actually look into the facts regarding LastPass before you make an incorrect snap judgement.

A good place to start might be a 3rd party who has reviewed our security model: http://twit.tv/sn256

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

just love it...a must have add-on. Thanks for Lastpass Team, keep improving.

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

A happy Xmarks user, now using LastPass Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Yeah, LastPass seems pretty good as a replacement for Xmark's "Remember Passwords" feature. I don't really understand why some people are suggesting it's an unacceptable replacement. OK, so you _do_ have to engage your brain briefly when you set it up and understand what's going on, but come on people... it's not rocket surgery, and these are your i m p o r t a n t passwords... have a care.

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SSN Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Why does it need my SSN?

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We don't need your SSN.

Sure beats "P@ssword" on every site Rated 5 out of 5 stars

The most secure password is one you don't, and can't know. I works for me.

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Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Este es el Complemento mas Porqueria Mentirosos que Hay.Si no te Actualizas no Sirve.

No lo Bajen ya que Tienen Muchas Denuncias

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Отлично!

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Still not recommended. Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Way too many options, bad translation, not simple & efficient, slow & bad programmed website.

Really disappointingly.

@dusktreader: You´re so cool.
@your arguments: I absolutely do NOT care about the things your mentioned.I´m not giving a flying **** on it.I want to sync my passwords as it was in xmarks. Not one thing more.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

works as described.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Good addon. I appreciate having a very configurable password manager. I'm glad that autologin isn't enabled by default. I'm glad that my passwords are encrypted on a remote server, because that means I can access any of my accounts from anywhere. I'm glad that each password is managed with it's own window, and I'm glad that I can force it to ask me for my password every single time. It seems like all the nay-sayers want a password manager that allows anyone sitting at their computer to access their private accounts. I personally like a pw manager that lets me be as paranoid as I want, but still offers ubiquitous access. Wish I could give 20 stars to offset lazy users/reviewers.

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