LastPass Premium review

Version 4+Developer LastPass Corporate



LASTPASS Premium is available as a Free, Premium and a Enterprise business version. The basic options are fairly the same, but the Premium version adds:
– higher security level
– Unlimited syncing
– Desktop applications password

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LastPass saves all your passwords in a secure and web based application. AES-256 bit encryption with PBKDF2 SHA-256 and salted hashes are used to ensure complete security in the cloud.



Installation is easy as is the addition of your private credentials to ensure a secure and save web-application. LASTPASS suggests the best plugin package for your browser(s) and operating system.




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LASTPASS has an outstanding and clear interface, easy to manage. The saved passwords or login credentials are presented with their corresponding avatars or logo’s.



  • Good PASSWORD Generator
    Automatic login
    Organize saved logins in folders
    Create Forms like CREDITCARD data
    Sharing of logins
    Extensions for Safari, FireFox , Chrome



LASTPASS shuts down the normal OSX Keychain function, probably to prevent conflicts with the automatic login functions of both utilities. Addition of new logins is simple and easy, once you provided the
credentials LASTPASS stores the information. New visits to the website will be recognized bij LastPass and automatically filled. New and better passwords are suggested and the Generator offers several
options of security level.

Using the web-interface is really easy. The Template shows the saved websites and mouse-hover will activate the LAUNCH button:


Adding new sites or Folders etc is activated on the right sidebar of the template.




It shows LASTPASS has a real intuitive interface which makes it easy to use. When many logins are stored, scrolling is not easy anymore. Good to see that the interface has a nice search and find integrated in the top-bar.



1Password version 4 and above currently only allow exports in the .1pif file format. To export, just choose File > Export.

To import the file into Lastpass, it is recommended that you do so in Firefox for the most reliable results:

  1. Click on the LastPass Icon in your browser
    – Go to More Options > Advanced > Import to open the Import page. Choose 1Password from the drop down.
    – A dialogue should open allowing you to choose a file to import. Find the location that you exported the 1pif file to and  double click on it (likely called data.1pif).
    – A new window should open in Firefox listing all of your 1password exported data.
    – Ensure that all the information you want is listed and checked under ‘Import?’
  2. Click ‘Import’ at the top of the page



LASTPASS is a great and versatile application for managing your passwords and logins. Absolutely one of the best password managers on the market. For $12 a year you can’t go wrong.
Fantastic ticket service PREMIUM users. High security with TWO-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION. 

1Password users are able to import their passwords and logins into LastPass, but not without some errors.

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