Last Pass Password Manager


Last Pass Password Manager


1. Get the LastPass browser extension.

Install the extension in your browser for saving & accessing your passwords.

 Access, granted.

After you download LastPass, you’ll find the LastPass button  in your browser toolbar. This button is where you log in to LastPass every day.

Get the extension for your favorite browser.

 2. Make a strong master password.

Create your account with one long, secure master password and let LastPass do the rest.

Your last password… ever.

A memorable passphrase is the easiest way to create a super strong master password. Just look around for inspiration. It could include the lyrics to a song, a quote from a movie and the color of your favorite coffee mug.

Checkout our blog for tips on How to Make a Strong Master Password.

3. Explore your LastPass vault.

Where you can add, view and manage items that you’ve saved to LastPass.

Leading in security.

As a password manager, our first priority is safeguarding your data. We’ve built LastPass so that we never have the key to your account.

Strong encryption algorithms.

We’ve implemented AES-256 bit encryption with PBKDF2 SHA-256 and salted hashes to ensure complete security in the cloud. You’ll create an account with an email address and a strong master password to locally-generate a unique encryption key.

Local-only encryption.

Your data is encrypted and decrypted at the device level. 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 are never accessible by LastPass.

Two-factor authentication.

Two-factor authentication (sometimes referred to as multifactor or 2FA) adds extra security to your LastPass account by requiring a second login step before authorizing access to your vault. Learn