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). 

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 1 out of 5 stars

1. Forcing users to store the passwords on their server.
2. Keeps trying to delete Passwords stored in Firefox, saying they are insecure.

Those mentioned above are two main very ridiculous things about this extension.
Passwords, much less credit card information are not secure in an online server, in somebody else's hands. Anyone over 10 could see that.

What if they decide to close their servers down, all passwords gone. What if they aren't already selling the info of their users to 3rd parties. Why would anyone trust them, just cause they say the passwords are encrypted and not in their hands. If thats the case then they could very simply give an option to users to save passwords in their own computers instead of some remote server somewhere.

As someone else here mentioned, this is putting all eggs in 1 basket, more than that its giving your basket to someone who claims he knows whats best for you by saying: "i'll keep your eggs in my home instead, its more secure than your own home".

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.74.0).