LastPass’s free account is crippled and severely limited. If you are looking for alternatives, here is how you can export your LastPass data to Bitwarden.
If you are using LastPass and looking to switch to another password manager, here are four of the best LastPass alternatives you should check out.
While LastPass is popular, you might want to switch to another password manger. Here’s how you can import your passwords from LastPass to Dashlane.
The password manager you are using on your Desktop might not work in Chrome OS. Here are some of the best password managers that work in Chrome OS.
LastPass makes it easy for you to create different passwords for each account while only having to remember one master password. Here we’ll show you how to set up LastPass on your computer.
It’s been discovered that a bug in Lastpass browser extensions is leaking passwords. Here is what you need to know about the exploits and what you can do to protect yourself.
To make sure you have a secure password, LastPass comes with a security audit feature that allows you to know the strength of your overall passwords. Let check it out.
For those who are using LastPass on Android, here are some tips to help you get the most out of Lastpass while using it from your Android device.
If you are using LastPass, you will know that your LastPass account is only as strong as your master password. Here is how you can enable two-factor authentication for your LastPass account to enhance its security.
Keeping track of all your passwords is a pain, unless you have only one password for all your accounts. Managing your passwords on a mobile device is even worse because of the small form factor and inflexible keyboard. If you are using a Android device, here are several applications that can help you manage your passwords and make your life easier.
When I need to login to my account fast, the last thing I want to do is to sort through my memory to find the correct password. If you’re looking for a better way to manage your passwords, here are a couple of great password managers you can use.
KeePass (KeepassX for Linux) has always been my favorite password manager. It works in all platforms, including portable USB drive and can generate secure passwords and store them securely. One thing that it doesn’t support is a browser plugin that can detect the site you are visiting and auto-fill the login field for you. For […]
It is not surprising to see that most browsers come with their own password manager to allow you to save all your login passwords. The only problem is, they are not cross-browser compatible. What you stored in your Firefox browser can’t be used in Internet Explorer or Safari. In addition, if you are out travelling […]