LastPass Password Manager
What Is LastPass?
LastPass is leading in security with it’s secure password manager feature that stores all of your usernames and passwords in one safe place. After you save a password to LastPass, it will automatically always remember it for you.
STRONG ENCRYPTION ALGORITHMS
LastPass has specific encryption to ensure complete security in the cloud. Once creating a password manager account with your email address and a strong master password, it will locally-generate a unique encryption key.
Your data stored in your vault is kept secret, even from LastPass. Your master password, and the keys used to encrypt and decrypt data, are never sent to LastPass’ servers, and can never been seen by LastPass.
As if LastPass didn't seem secure enough, you also have to option to use Multifactor Authentication. This adds extra security to your LastPass account by requiring a second login step before accessing your vault.
Getting Started With LastPass
STEP 1 – LastPass Password Browser Extension
Start by installing the extension in your browser for saving & accessing your passwords. After you download LastPass, you’ll find the LastPass button in your browser toolbar.
STEP 2 – Create a Strong Master Password
Create your account by coming up with one long and secure master password. After this, you can let LastPass do the rest.
STEP 3 – Add More Sites to Your LastPass Vault
You can let LastPass save sites as you login to them, or you can import sites from your email or another password manager.