Dirk41

Level 17
Verified
Please google lastpass hack and tell me how can you feel so safe .

Maybe I will open a thread to discuss how to set it properly( I used it in the past but with default / basic settings ) . It's nice to discuss
 

gmaister22

Level 2
It's good, but not as secure as TrueKey.
I would not worry too much about the past security breach, they are unfortunate but when
they happen a good company learns from that and improves, LastPass is one of those companies
and can be trusted. Good choice gmaister22 ;)
Please google lastpass hack and tell me how can you feel so safe .

Maybe I will open a thread to discuss how to set it properly( I used it in the past but with default / basic settings ) . It's nice to discuss

LastPass servers have been hacked in the past, but no password has been hacked from any of the millions of customers/users LastPass has. Also, setting up 2 Way Authentication makes it even safer, it's a no brainer when it comes about safety imho
 

SHvFl

Level 35
Verified
Trusted
Content Creator
It's 15 sites SHvFI, remember I started with the free acct. before I went to Premium.
It's not much and I guess it is supposed to motivate the user to purchase the product,
a small taste so to speak.
I love it, Intel got this right, I just wish they had a Linux version of it.
But on Linux I am using LastPass
Yeah i know, the reason i mentioned 15 was enough was to highlight that no site should share passwords with another site.
Lastpass, Truekey and Keepass are the 3 password managers i trust. I don't consider one better than the other.
 

Oxygen

Level 42
Verified
Been going between LastPass and KeePass for a long time now. Always return to LastPass for some reason.

Recently been looking into Bitwarden as it's open source and looks promising. Not sure if it's something I would use right now as it still has much to improve on and lacks some features.
 

RodM1956

Level 4
Check out Blur again... Full Password Manager, not just an extension, and it hides EVERYTHING, even your credit card number.

Abine Blur

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