LastPass password manager app

We may not be able to celebrate World Password Day on May 5th, but that doesn't mean LastPass isn't celebrating. You can subscribe to LastPass Premium, Families or Business for 20 percent less than usual. Premium membership will cost $29 annually instead of the usual $36, Families will cost $38 annually instead of the usual $38, and Business will cost $58 annually instead of the usual $65.

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If you are not using a password manager yet, you can make your life easier by not having to remember all of the credentials for your various accounts. If you create a LastPass account, the password you use will be the only one you have to remember going forward. If you save all of your passwords to LastPass, you will be able to use them across the web as you shop online, check out social media sites and more. The password generator feature of the service will make it easy for you to get strong credentials for your site, so you don't have to come up with a nonsensical phrase on your own. Anyone can use the password generator feature.

LastPass is compatible with most systems, so it will work across all of your devices. You can get LastPass extensions that will allow you to easily access your passwords and vault from the bookmarks bar. The vault feature of LastPass lets you securely save important, non-password information like addresses, files, banking and credit card numbers and more. While the free version gives you most of the basic features, updating to a paid tier adds things like secure sharing, 1GB of file storage, emergency access and dark web monitoring into the mix.

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