por Utilizador do Firefox 15443260, a há 2 anos
Avaliado em 3 de 5
Lastpass is a great program, if like me you have a head like a sieve for passwords, however my vault has become extremely untidy, with several duplicates for the same site and no indication of which is the currently used password. Also, when searching the vault, it does not find half the sites it has saved, for instance in the case of my yahoo email accounts, if I search for yahoo, only 1 out of the 5 accounts appear in search, however when it comes to logging, it does have them all available. Autologin is also hit and miss, some sites it will automatically log into, that is, do it with no interaction from me, with others it does not. Finally in terms of firefox, I have noticed that since I disabled Firefox from remembering my history, Lastpass will no longer automatically login into itself. Since I am the only user on my computer, this is my preferred option. Why it requires my search history in order to log into iteself automatically, I do not know, but it does make me quite suspicious. I will be exporting my passwords and looking into an alternative I think.
- por Dirk Bourgeois, a há 6 diasAvaliado em 1 de 5Would be worth it if a wildcard like https://*.example.com* could be used with an AutoLogin, but without that might as well just use the built in FireFox password Manager
- por Jeroen, a há 16 diasAvaliado em 2 de 5Since the acquisition by Logmein it has been downhill fast. Features are removed, prices are doubled, support is abysmal.
Finally bit the bullet and moved all my 800+ passwords to a new password manager. Unfortunately still have to use it for work and with 2000+ passwords it is slow, hangs and often does not find the password.
If you have the option: stay away and try something else.