LastPass is a free password manager that makes your web browsing easier and more secure and supports IE and Firefox, allows you to import from every major password storage vendor and export too, captures passwords that other managers won't including many AJAX forms, and allows you to make strong passwords easily.
Create strong passwords, knowing you only have to remember one.
*Log into your favorite sites with a single click
*Fill forms in a second; stop pulling out your wallet to get your credit card number
*Access and manage your data from multiple computers seamlessly
*Securely share logins and notes with friends and let others share with you
LastPass is the last password you will ever need. It allows you to:
- Create strong passwords, knowing you only have to remember one.
- Easily fill in form data
- 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
- Supports IE as well, so if you switch browsers you're always in sync, as well as when you switch computers
- Supports importing passwords from other password managers such as Roboform, Keepass, PasswordSafe, MyPasswordSafe, Firefox and IE's built in password manager
- Exporting your data always available in plugin and website.
- 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.
- Make moving to a new computer or using multiple computers much easier
- Works with any platform that has Firefox plus IE on Windows
- Has a USB/Thumb drive portable version for Windows, Mac and Linux
Changelog for this release:
# New: Windows biometric framework (WBF) support for Windows 7
# New: Shared folder support for Enterprise customers -- simpler sharing that is easier to manage.
# Changed: Notification bars in Chrome/Safari/Opera.
# Resolved: Potential memory leak in Firefox (immortal zombie).
# Resolved: Some pages were un-fillable.
# Resolved: Rare unecessary logout in IE when idle timeout was set
# Resolved: x64 IE versus x32 IE running at the same time both with LastPass could cause one to logoff
233 MHz, 128MB ram