Avaliado em 2 de 5por kingeryck, a há 5 anos
It's so slow, especially when using reddit that I have to disable it when I'm not using it and then enable it again when I need it. I'm kinda stuck using it now since I have unique passwords for everything stored in it.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por Utilizador do Firefox 13734201, a há um diaYou couldn't get me to admit some of these one star reviews under pain of torture. + Syncs across devices if you log in. + Has extensions for firefox on PC, has extensions for phones. + Only requires 2FA when you log in for the first time on a new device, unless something is going completely wrong with your device. + Tools to monitor some dark web markets for your data. + Tools to assess your password security. - Has suffered data breach, despite taking all precautions possible. + Data was encrypted well, they were responsible with it and notified all customers. - Android app loves popping up over the top of everything. - Android app does not work on Adblock Browser.
- Avaliado em 1 de 5por Utilizador do Firefox 18066955, a há 3 diasI've had Last Past for several years now, I'm a premium user. There are so many road blocks to using it now, I've begun storing my passwords on Google since that at least syncs across all my devices. To have to use two-factor identification EACH TIME I log-in, even though I check the box marked 'trust this device for xx days' is a big pain in the ass. I do most of my work from my laptop, not my phone and in my opinion, Last Pass should be working as easily on my laptop as it does on my phone. Also, I got a message on my LP home page that I should download the extension. Thinking that might help, I clicked on it and -surprise - there was no extension for Firefox available. It took me right to the option of installing Last Pass on my device. So, no extension...