LastPass Password Manager :: Add-ons for Firefox


LastPass is the last password you will ever need. It allows you to: - Create strong passwords, knowing you only have to remember one. - Automatically fill out forms to save you time. - Log into your favorite sites with a single click. - Access and manage your data from multiple computers seamlessly.



 
 

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LastPass is the last password you will ever need. It allows you to:
- Create strong passwords, knowing you only have to remember one.
- Automatically fill out forms to save you time
- Log into your favorite sites with a single click
- Access and manage your data from multiple computers seamlessly
- Share logins with friends and let others share logins with you
- Use One Time Passwords, and a Screen Keyboard to help keep you safe while on the road.
- Supports IE as well, so if you switch browsers you're always in sync, as well as when you switch computers
- Supports Opera, Google Chrome, Safari, iPhone, Opera Mini, via Bookmarklets
- Supports importing passwords from other password managers such as Roboform, Keepass, PasswordSafe, MyPasswordSafe, Sxipper, TurboPasswords, PassPack, Firefox and IE's built in password manager
- Exporting your data always available in plugin and the website, even back to Firefox.
- In windows, helps you recover lost passwords stored on your computer
- Capture passwords that other password managers will not capture like those done in AJAX logins, and multi-step logins like Bank Of America, and frustrating sites like ING bank using the 'Save All Entered Data' feature.
- Make moving to a new computer or using multiple computers much easier
- Works with any platform that has Firefox
- Mobile access at http://m.lastpass.com
Your sensitive data is encrypted locally with AES, then uploaded to allow syncing with other computers or browsers (IE is also supported), and every browser is supported in the 'web access' mode at LastPass.com