LastPass- the password manager that trumps all others
April 06, 2018

LastPass- the password manager that trumps all others

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with LastPass

I use LastPass regularly to manage many passwords. Obviously, my most sensitive passwords and company secrets etc., are not to be trusted to anyone other than myself, but LastPass definitely helps with the hassle of remembering passwords that I don’t use all the time (like logins for blogs, research websites, etc.). I pay for the premium service (the free version in the past did not have mobile support, although it may now - I am not sure).

Pros

  • Generating passwords
  • Storing passwords
  • Auto filling passwords on websites
  • iOS Touch ID

Cons

  • Auto fill can be a little buggy on some websites
  • 2FA would be a nice option
  • Tighter integration in iOS would be nice
  • Less time locating and/or resetting lost passwords
  • More secure passwords (and theoretically fewer easy intrusions)
  • More efficiency/security in sharing passwords between users
  • Google Chrome, Internet Explorere, Safari and Mozilla Firefox
I used to use the built-in password managers of the various browsers, but none of them had a dedicated app with both the robust security as the convenience of LastPass, which has them all beat. Now I feel safe that there is some level of encryption on my passwords and they're not stored in a cookie or text file that somebody can pull down easily.
I think lastpass is appropriate in just about any situation where management of passwords is helpful to a company or individual. Some of my colleagues tell me 1password has a nicer UI but I view LastPass as a little more geared toward the hard-core security-minded professional. I am willing to give up a shinier GUI for more attention on the engineering end.

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