Add to browser.

Click Add extension above − it takes less than a minute to download!

Add to browserCreate Account

You're almost done.

Next, click the LastPass browser button above to create your account or log in.

Add to browserCreate Account
Log in and access LastPass using the browser icon.

Add to Firefox.

Click "Allow" then "Install" above. The installation takes
less than a minute! Next, you'll create your account, or log in if you already have one.

Step 1.

Click "Allow"

Step 2.

Click "Install" and LastPass will be installed in under a minute.

Step 3.

Create your account.

Why do I see the warning "LastPass does not support the highest level of security for Safari plug-ins" ?

You may see the following warnings when visiting Safari's Preferences > Security > Allow Plugins > Website Setting > LastPass:

"LastPass does not support the highest level of security for Safari plug-ins."

"Websites using this plug-in may be able to access your personal documents and data."

These messages apply to all third-party extensions/plug-ins on Safari. It is not specific to LastPass plug-in (specicially, LastPass NPAPI) and it is safe to ignore.

To make the messages go away, you can remove LastPass NPAPI and install LastPass Helper.  We use LastPass NPAPI as LastPass Binary Component but have switched to LastPass HelperApp.  Please see this FAQ  for instructions.

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