Are you one of those people who forgets all their passwords? Do you feel like your information isn’t secure enough when saved on Safari?
These are some of the reasons that ever more Firefox users are opting to install the LastPass extension on their browser. It provides more security than the default password manager and allows you to save each of your passwords to its corresponding website.
LastPass uses your Mac to encrypt your passwords before saving them to its own server. This means your passwords can’t be seen from anywhere else unless they’re unlocked with a master password.
LastPass also lets you create secure passwords that you won’t have to remember, as the program automatically enters them once you grant permission.
You can import all the passwords you have saved in Safari so you won’t have to re-do them when you start using the program. You can also set up the program so that each website identifies you automatically.