- Autor: whosjfk, 6 miesięcy temuOcena: 1/5Installed 3 years ago. During an update with Firefox, Lastpass some how lost my email encryption key for my PGP encryption and now i'm locked out of my kraken account and I can't read any of my emails from them. Do not fully rely on this software.
- Autor: Firefox user 16901784, 6 miesięcy temuOcena: 1/5If our work didn't use LastPass for shared credentials, I would never use this.
The most janky UI ever, you might as well just be using the web version on their site instead other than the auto-fill function.
Be careful not to share any passwords with "additional fields" because these literally get deleted when shared/moved to another folder.
It's pretty insane how bad the extension is, on top of how bad LastPass the product itself is.
- Autor: Craggy, 6 miesięcy temuOcena: 1/5Firefox updated and removed my automatic log in. I don't know my master password and the one time pass recovery option fails. Their alternative? Start a new account. Great! All my saved passwords are lost. Time to try an alternative product.
- Autor: Firefox user 16891895, 6 miesięcy temuOcena: 1/5It used to be a very good Password manager, their March update made it so that if you use it on your computer it logs you out of your android app permanently. The only way you can keep accessing your password on the go is by paying them.
This move basically takes your passwords hostages. Use Mozilla's own system, or Google, at least they won't scam you.
- Autor: Firefox user 12350015, 6 miesięcy temuOcena: 1/5Firefox extension has been broken for months. I have to manually open the app on the computer and cut and paste user name and passwords EVERY TIME. My Firefox is up to date, and I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the extension. Lucky for me I got a deal on 1Password and while I am reluctant to give up the old standby, 1Password just WORKS and so goodbye LastPass. I was able to import all my passwords from LastPass, so I am moving on.
- Autor: Firefox user 14451689, 6 miesięcy temuOcena: 1/5a box draws out asking you to click permission on a button that is below the margin of the screen and no way to tab up and hit the yes button, going nowhere fast,
- Autor: Electric Bacon, 6 miesięcy temuOcena: 1/5After LastPass had some of its free features locked behind a paywall, I was no longer able to use it to suit my needs. The new business practices are too aggressive, and they pushed me away. LogMeIn lost its chance at converting me into a paid user.
The monthly cost is outrageously high — it's laughable. LastPass is only worth about $5, at best, but only as a one-time fee — certainly not a subscription.
If LogMeIn wants to provide a service, it would be reasonable to pay a subscription fee. As far as I'm concerned, LastPass is a product, not a service. Paying a subscription fee to unlock features that were once free feels like highway robbery. Instead of providing new features or improving the existing product, LogMeIn artificially devalued LastPass just to resell it at a premium. It's a slap to the face of loyal users.
Restricting the use of LastPass to a single platform (desktop or mobile) is another major weak point. It's impractical to only use one or the other. Restricting the user's platform does more to harm their security than it does to help it. All of my passwords were generated by LastPass, and all of them are too long and complicated to remember. If a user can't afford the premium fee, their only other choice is to change their account passwords (on the other platform) to something shorter and easier to remember. Is LogMeIn trying to encourage free users to use weak, less-secure passwords? It sure looks like it. This business move is remarkably brazen and reckless. It's insulting.
Does LogMeIn regard long-time LastPass users as a flock of simpletons? How much of an imbecile do they think we are? LogMeIn's new business decisions reek of corporate greed. I, for one, refuse to be taken advantage of. LastPass is not the only option available. There are comparable products out there, with the same functionality (or better), which can be had at no cost. I'm going to follow the thousands of other users — that LogMeIn ran away — to a different product, run by a company that isn't so shortsighted.
It was good while it lasted, but it was a catastrophic disappointment thereafter. Farewell, LastPass. I'm off to the greener pastures of Bitwarden and KeePass.