Another Glowing Review for LastPass

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LastPass was recently the topic of discussion on WHTC’s Computer Talk, as part of an episode focusing on passwords and computer security. For anyone who listened to Steve Gibson’s overview of LastPass, the content and message of this show will be familiar; the hosts generally agree that LastPass is the best valued password manager currently on the market. Where this clip differs is that the CEO of LastPass, Joe Siegrist, is interviewed live and answers several common questions regarding our software and philosophy. Definitely worth a listen!

16 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    I travel extensively in Asia and use lots of public computers in Internet cafes, hotel business centers, etc. LastPasst works well on my home PC, where I’ve downloaded the plugin. Here’s my question: In order to use LastPass on public computers in Asia, do I have to download the plugin each time I go to a new computer, or can I use LastPass by just logging into the LastPass website? If I have to install the plugin on each public computer I use, LastPass is impractical for me.

  • Anonymous says:

    I would like YubiKey to be used on a per-site basis too! I would have become a premium member and gotten a YubiKey if I could do this. I don’t want to use the YubiKey on every single one of my sites that I need to login to. I just want to use it on certain sites, like banking, etc… Please add this feature!

  • Anonymous says:

    Then what do you do if you lose the yubikey and want access? the best solution is to have it sent to a separate security email address not stored in LP itself. Which you are able to do – as Joe said.

  • Anonymous says:

    Yubikey and sesame are good ideas. If it could be set so that the authentication via Yubikey/sesame could not be changed in settings, especially via email, like the one comment above mentions, it would be a lot more secure. I would get the premium if they added this feature.