LastPass Password Manager Review

Rating: 9.6 / 10 (Excellent)
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LastPass is a password manager that stores and secures multiple user login information. Features include password sharing, simplified online shopping, unlimited password storage, and digital record storing. All stored data is sealed with the company's AES-256 bit encryption, PBKDF2 SHA-256, and salted hashing.

Services and Features

LastPass makes remembering all your password easier by letting you set a master password. It then stores and locks all your passwords and automatically enters this information when needed. It comes with unlimited password storage and easy access to make logins quick and easy. Once a user saves a password, it is instantly available on all devices.

Digital records such as memberships, Wi-Fi password, and insurance card information are securely kept for later reference. LastPass also offers an effortless password sharing function in which a user can safely share passwords or notes with anyone.

LastPass also makes online shopping secure by storing their profile payment and shipping details whenever they make a purchase. LastPass encrypts all data with an AES-256 bit encryption, PBKDF2 SHA-256, and salted hashing. Users can get LastPass browser extension to save and access passwords quickly by just clicking the button in their browser toolbar.

LastPass is available for as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera, and Internet Explorer.  Users simply have to create an account with one long and secure memorable passphrase or master password and the software does the rest of the work.

LastPass vault lets users add, view, and manage all saved items. It has a built-in password generator which creates long, randomized passwords protecting users from cyber theft. An auto-fill function is available which automatically fills logins for the user when they sign in. It is also design with Security Challenge that finds weak, old, and vulnerable passwords which may be lurking in the vault.

Plans Offered


Price: $0


  • One-to-one sharing
  • Save and fill passwords
  • Access on all devices
  • Secure notes
  • Security challenge
  • Password generator
  • Multi-factor authentication


Price: $2/mo.


(Everything in Free, plus the following)

  • Emergency access
  • Advance multi-factor options
  • One-to-many sharing
  • Priority tech support
  • LastPass for applications
  • 1GC of encrypted file storage


Price: $2.42/user/mo.


(Everything in standard plan plus the following)

  • A vault for every user
  • Easy user management
  • Admin dashboard
  • Unlimited shared folders
  • Recommended for teams of 50 or less
  • Basic reporting
  • Priority tech support
  • Standard security policies


Price: $4/user/mo.


(Everything in Teams plus the following)

  • Additional 2FA options
  • Advanced reporting
  • Custom security policies
  • Directory integration
  • Cloud app provisioning
  • SAML single sign-on
  • Dedicated customer support
  • API access

Types of Password Manager

Web-Based Service

Token-Based Hardware Device

Locally-Installed Software








Mobile App

Auto Fill and Auto Login

Secure Sharing

Two-Factor Authentication

Password Generation

Personal Data Protection

Browser Integration

File Attachments

AES 256 Encryption


Security Audit

Security Alerts


Plan Details

Free Desktop Version

Free Trial

14 days

Money Back Guarantee


Cost Per Subscription

Teams: $2.42/user/mo.

Enterprise - $4/user/mo.


Security Monitoring


Video Tutorials

Knowledge Center

Live Chat



Password Manager at LastPass

LastPass provides a number of great free features such as unlimited password storage and synchronization across multiple devices and platforms. It has a user-friendly interface that lets users easily store personal information and make secure online transactions.


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Customer Comments & Reviews

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Ron M
Santa Barbara, California
Me too, I found Dashline hard to use, it didn't sync well across all my different platforms, it didn't auto sign in on certain websites and didn't remember my login on certain websites. LastPass is much easier to use and more stable then Dashlane.

Salpi A
Alpharetta, Georgia
I find LastPass to be MORE user friendly than Dashlane. (I had initially signed up for Dashlane but had lost my 'master password' for it; and trying to reenter the Dashlane service is worse than an act of Congress - practically impossible !!!!) I got so frustrated that I researched other password services and found LastPass. I am, so far, happy with it.

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9.6 / 10
  • Download for free
  • Great for Business Accounts
  • Get the premium account for only $2 per month
  • Unlimited password storage
  • Passwords sealed with AES-256 bit encryption, salted hashing, and PBKDF2 SHA-256
  • Access on all devices
  • Two-factor authentication
  • Supports multiple platforms