Oct 7, 2009

LastPass, Firefox Password Manager Add On

LastPass, Firefox Password Manager Add OnIt is difficult to find a site that does not require registration or log in. In every log in, there is almost always a password. Password comes to improve security. After you registered to any services, you are so tired with user names and passwords. Remembering all passwords can be very difficult, unless you have a method to create strong passwords that are easy to remember.

LastPass is a free online password manager and form filler that makes web browsing easier and more secure. LastPass supports Firefox as plug in (add-on). It allows you to import, export, captures passwords from password storage vendor and allows you to create strong passwords with ease.

The data is encrypted locally before upload. Its One Time Password & Screen Keyboard help protect your master password. It automatically fills in log-in credentials, fills web forms and synchronizes all of them to other browser (with the same add on) using encryption.

Once all your passwords imported, they will fill all your identifiable user name and password boxes appropriately. The database is easily accessible to view form information if it needs to be modified in any way. The only requirement is one strong password.

LastPass is the last password you need. This allows you to log in to your favorite sites with a single click. It saves your time and you only need to remember one password. It also helps you recover lost passwords stored on your computer and make using multiple computers much easier.

It is possible to gain access the passwords on another computer system without having to carry storage devices like USB sticks. New users can create an account during installation while existing users will need to provide their log in credentials to end the installation.

This program also offers an option to create profiles to fill out forms on the website more easily.


Want to know more? Check it out here.

Reblog this post [with Zemanta]

8 comments:

  1. This looks like a great free alternative to Roboform! That video is a great help as well!

    My Latest Video Tutorial: How To Partition Hard Drive Easily

    ReplyDelete
  2. @ PCLicious.
    Yeah, I've heard about RoboForm before, but I have not tried it.

    @ Fiqyud.
    I am glad to hear that from you Sob :)

    ReplyDelete
  3. One of the strengths of LastPass is that it supports other browsers apart from Firefox, e.g. Internet Explorer (IE). As a result, you are not tied to a particular machine or browser.

    http://blog.maskil.info/

    ReplyDelete
  4. @ Maskil.
    Since I use Firefox, I forgot that LastPass also supports Internet Explorer. Thanks for mention it :).

    ReplyDelete
  5. @ Gadget. Hi, you may use my blog shout box to say 'hi'.

    @ Akhatam. Thanks for the support.

    ReplyDelete

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.