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Publisher: LastPass Corp


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Do your passwords make you annoyed and worried every time? Are you looking for a solution? No tension, LastPass is in action. 

LastPass is a password management application that lessens your tension about your passwords and does the most work for you. Along with passwords, it saves and secures your names, addresses, card details (credit and insurance), passports, and more. 

It auto-fills your data and lets you log in automatically. Moreover, it organizes your data in the vault and gives you the opportunity to customize them as you want. 

With LastPass, you can sync your data between smartphones and computers. Also, multi-factor authentication protects your LastPass account from breaches. The form fill profile system smoothens your online shopping and registration with just one click. 

LastPass monitors your online activities to prevent potential security threats. First, it observes your stored passwords and suggests working more on weak and reused passwords to make them stronger. You can use the built-in password generator to create unbreakable passwords. Second, it examines the websites where you log in and alerts you if they are malicious.  

Differences lie between the free and premium versions of LastPass. The free version limits sharing, device synchronization, and encryption. Contrastingly, the premium version allows emergency access, unlimited synchronization, one-to-many access, SSL and RSA encryption, encrypted file storage, tech support, and dark web monitoring. 

Though LastPass memorizes your data instead of you, it wants you to remember its master password. If you forget the LastPass account password, you will lose your data for good. 

LastPass comes in both computer applications and mobile app. It supports Windows, Mac, Linux and is installable as a browser extension in Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari.

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