The Press Speaks
LastPass Supports National Cyber Security Awareness Month
For the 3rd year in a row, LastPass is a Champion of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, supporting the mission to make the Internet safer and more secure for everyone.
LastPass’ Joe Siegrist: Protecting the Digital World, One Password at a Time
ReadWrite.com does an in-depth interview with LastPass CEO Joe Siegrist, giving an inside look at the password management service and the company.
Tech blogger Patrick Mackaaij dives into all the unique features LastPass has to offer and the benefits of adding password management to your online life.
Gizmodo.it’s latest article talks up LastPass for managing your passwords, and the cross-platform sync benefits of using it with Xmarks.
Mashable cites LastPass as a must-have extension for improving your social media experience: “If you’re constantly creating accounts for new sites — social media managers and job searchers, this means you — then LastPass can auto-generate a good password and save it for you.”
ITEspresso.it’s latest article chats about how to get the most out of LastPass in managing your passwords, and Xmarks in syncing your bookmarks.
The geeks at Mac Geek Gab chat about LastPass and general tech.
This robust password manager is a must-use freeware tool that supports multiple operating systems and browsers. Read More.
LastPass “excels at being cross-browser and cross-platform”
LastPass “provides total protection”…
LastPass is a free password manager that does for passwords what Superman does for Lois Lane—provides total protection. LastPass stores all your passwords safely and securely so you’ll never have to worry about forgetting them ever again. So please get rid of that desktop folder named “Passwords,” ok? And, LastPass is also a strong password generator so it will create unique, highly secure passwords for every one of your online accounts. Read More.
…this thing is secure every way you can imagine. And it’s simple.
…I’ve completely switched my entire solution for managing passwords, after spending days researching it and testing it and playing with it, over to LastPass…And they really have nailed it. I mean, I don’t see a single problem with this. Read More.
How to stay sane as well as safe while surfing the web
…all you have to do is log into LastPass and click the website you wish to check out. The tool then automatically logs you on securely to the selected site. It will even complete all the forms needed to buy goods online if you have stored your home address, telephone number and credit-card details in the vault as well. Read More.
The PC World 100: Best Products of 2009
Here is the cream of the crop, the 100 best of 2009…automatically fills in saved log-ins and forms with the click of a button. This handy Web freebie and browser plug-in also syncs your data to any computer that you use regularly. You always knew that someday you’d find a more reliable password manager than your yellow Post-its. Read More.
It is so so easy! Honestly, I use it all the time.
If you don’t create strong passwords, you are a sitting duck….What I do honestly is use a password manager. A service like [LastPass] will do it for you. You’ll have one major password to remember: one master password….And you can access [your passwords] from wherever you are – just login to your account! Read More.
LastPass Saves and Syncs Passwords Between All Your Browsers
LastPass puts all of your individual passwords behind one master password. When you type in that master password, LastPass can then automatically log you in to any web site you visit with saved login credentials. Even better, LastPass syncs passwords over the Internet, so all your saved passwords on your work computer, for example, will always be synced up on your home computer. Read More.