One of the craziest things about living in this new digital world is the number of passwords we have to remember. This is especially true when you work in online marketing as I do.
Not only do you have to remember all your own passwords but also a lot of the passwords of your clients too. This is why I’m so happy I started to use a password manager called LastPass.
Now I had been using another password manager called RoboForm, which did the job fairly well but after trying LastPass I think I’ve found my password manager of choice. Even though RoboForm has the enviable claim of never being hacked and LastPass famously was but now I’m confident they have learnt from their mistakes and I now have even more security on my account in the form of 2FA (Two-factor authentication) which should technically make it impenetrable.
There are a number of other things that appeal to me about LastPass, including the usability of the software, which integrates directly into my browser namely Google Chrome. However, I also found that it directly integrated into all my other browsers too, which is great.
I also really love the auto-fill option and the auto login functions, which make signing up to online forms and logging into online websites an absolute breeze.
The other great thing is the price of the software at only $12 per year for the premium version, which includes a mobile app for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and even Blackberry. I also noticed that they have also included a new version, which works on the new Microsoft Surface tablet, which really shows me that they are up to date and have a good development team.
So if you want to forget the hassle of trying to remember every password and also the security risk of using the same password over and over I would suggest downloading a free copy of LastPass manager by clicking the logo below.