LastPass is a life saver. Ok, not really, but I do depend on this tool daily. Lastpass is used to give users the capability to have their passwords tracked. Doing this means that a user would only have to remember one password to access all their passwords.
A lot of people, even I at first, would shy away from this. Just do to the fact of how simple it makes it to gain access to all your website passwords. All they would have to do is figure out that one and they can access all. Kinda scary, right? The answer is “Yes” if you use a weak password, but if you take the time to create an easy to remember, strong as hell password that will take a super computer many life times to crack, then you should be safe.
So, do I trust all my passwords with LastPass? No, I don’t. Sites where I have extremely sensitive data, I create a separate password. There aren’t too many sites that I go to on a daily basis that contain sensitive data, so I still use LastPass very heavily.
I am always on the look out for the next big web app or service and I really don’t want to have to remember what username and password I used to sign up. LastPass comes in handy for these sites and it can even generate passwords to use. The generated passwords can be very complicated and hard to remember, but don’t bother trying, let LastPast remember for you.
So, with all that said, LastPass is remembering hundreds of my passwords and I only have to remember a handful. Why not give it a try, you might like it.