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Review: LastPass takes your passwords to the cloud

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  • LastPass 2.0.25 for Mac
    4/5
    Free
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    LastPass is a great browser-based password management solution for beginners and experienced operators alike.

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At a Glance

LastPass is a great browser-based password management solution for beginners and experienced operators alike.

Price when rated: Free; Premium service $12 per year
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Pros

  • Data you pass to LastPass encrypted before it leaves your computer
  • Data import and export
  • Mac and Windows access
  • Security Challenge feature handy for checking for weak passwords or credentials

Cons

  • Lacks true Mac look and feel
  • iOS apps require upgrade to paid Premium service

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