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How do I share login state between browsers?

If you frequently use more than one browser, you can set LastPass to share login states between all browsers with the plugin installed on your operating system.

For example, if you use both Firefox and Chrome with the shared login state enabled, you can log in to one browser and automatically be logged in to the other. When you are done with your browsing session, logging out of one will also log you out of the other.

The shared login state is enabled by default to make your browsing experience faster and easier. The binary component must be installed to make this option available.

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