Last Pass – The Last Password You Have to Remember
See all your accounts and passwords in one easy-to-use “vault”, where you can edit, delete, and organize your stored data and syncs automatically. Life wouldn’t be the same without the internet. I know that holds true for most of us. That said, remembering passwords is something we can all live without. There are too many sites that require logins, and far too many sites that have special requirements for membership. The answer to this never-ending nightmare of password creation and storage – Last Pass!
LastPass is the last password you’ll ever have to remember. Once setup you’ll have your login and password data on your PC and your iPhone/iPad seamlessly synced via a Host-Proof Hosting method which does not allow LastPass (or anyone else) access to your sensitive data.
These requirements spread long and far – in order for your identity not to be stolen, you must use long passwords that contain digits, punctuation, and no recognizable words. We also have to make up a different password for every Web site and to boot, change all of your passwords every 30 days. Wow – lots of work, lots of documenting, and lots of aggravation. The only good solution is to use a dedicated password memorization program – well, I’ve found that and it’s free. We all love free, right?
Last Pass – It’s the solution to all your password woes. I couldn’t surf the internet without it!
Simple interface – simple to use..oh and did I mention it’s free? Yup!
It’s managed from an extension or plugin you install into your browser. You manage and make all the edits via your web browser.
It’s simple to install and use. Below, is a screenshot of the user interface. As you can see, all of your passwords are stored on their server which is encrypted. You can edit and manage all of your sites and passwords via this screen. Last Pass will prompt you to store your passwords and even make suggestions if you run out of ideas for password creation.
You can even have Last Pass auto-log you into any website, so you don’t even have to type a password which is one of the features I value most!
Below, are the system requirements and available downloads – you can click the image below to take you to that page.
Here is some info from the Last Pass website:
Simple Download & Setup
Use the recommended download for your browser setup. Create an account with your email address and a strong master password – the last password you have to remember. LastPass now appears as an add-on in your browser, where you can click to log in and get started.
Same Account, Everywhere
Have more than one computer? At work, at home, on your laptop – wherever you’ll be browsing, you can download LastPass and login with the same account. Your data is securely synced automatically, so you always have access to your latest updates.
Save as You Go
Download and setup with LastPass in minutes. Once you’ve created your account, LastPass prompts you to save new sites as you browse – so you’ll never lose another password.
You will soon appreciate all this handy little app does for you – I know I do each day!
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