Description : LastPass is secure, easy to use, and a decent replacement to google browser sync with regards to passwords. One master password, and your data is secured before its sent to the online database. Backup, restore, and even generate secure passwords. Import from Firefox, Roboform, 1Password, KeePass, MyPasswordSafe and more.
Lastpass has been around for a while, and I’m really happy with how it works. Since the fall of google browser sync, anyone who was used to password syncing, has been looking for a real alternative. LastPass is that alternative (for passwords anyway).
Any new password manager that comes out, especially those that are online, always are treated with a bit of caution. After about a month of seeing a note here and a comment here, I decided to give it a ago. My initial impressions were very very good, however I’ve waited a bit before a review to see how it matured.
Needless to say, if you’ve been following it, you will know it’s done well. It’s features are just plain impressive, and has even more functions than you would expect. Were talking synchronization, import from other popular password managers and form fillers, (full list later), backup and restore, universal access, screen keyboard, and even access from a USB pen.