LastPass saves your passwords and gives you secure access from every computer.
With millions of users and many awards, LastPass is a free password manager that asks you to remember only 1 password for the rest of your life.
This is one of the most useful tools you can use while browsing the web.
The average user has more than 40 online accounts that require passwords. The average user uses only 5 passwords (max) for all of those accounts. The average hacker can get those passwords easily 🙁
The obvious conclusion is using a different password for each account to minimize risks. This is where LastPass gets handy.
After setting up your account, all you’ll have to do is remember your “mother password” (try to keep it not simple) and LastPass will do the rest.
The extension saves all your usernames and passwords to your LastPass account, and it will Autologin to your sites and sync your passwords everywhere you need them.
Here is the simple flow (after setting up your account for the first time):
1) Go to a website that requires a safe login, and fill the different fields.
The LastPass extension identifies what needs to be saved and marks it with a small *.
You can then save this website and your personal details in your LastPass account.
2) After entering the website, and if you didn’t save before, the extension will ask you if it should remember this password or not.
3) When saving a password, you will need to give the website a name, and you can also add it to a certain group (“Social” for example).
That’s the process.
It takes only a few seconds and you only need to do it once. Just make sure you’re choosing a good password, and not something that you can remember, because now you don’t have to.
When clicking the extension button, you’ll get a search option and some other features to use.
LastPass is one of the most comprehensive and professional password managers out there.
When creating an account, make sure to use it on all your devices (mobile too) and we also recommend to use its form reminder abilities to improve your “form fill” and online shopping experience.
The free version is more than enough for the private user, but this is one service that we would consider pay for.
Who is it for? Everyone
Price? Freemium – You can pay and go premium to open all features and use with all your devices.
Although it’s not the only password manager, it’s definitely on the top 3.
Most likely that after installing this extension, you will keep it forever.