Alternatives to LastPass for all platforms with any license

  • KeePass

    KeePass is a free open source password manager, which helps you to manage your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords in one database, which is locked...

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux BSD

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    • Open Source and saves password locally not in the cloud. Guest • Jun 2016 • 16 agrees and 6 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • KeePass is better than LastPass because: 1) it's open source, 2) it stores your passwords (and notes and other info) in a local database, rather than in the cloud. So it's up to you if you want to sync it using the service of your choice. Together with the KeeFox plugin for Firefox, KeePass is a superb LastPass replacement. Works great on Win and Linux; for Mac try MacPass, which is compatible with KeePass. JohnFastmanDec 2016 • 13 agrees and 7 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • Open source is the only way to rest assured there is no backdoor. KeePass works great on any platform. sondrakJun 2017 • 6 agrees and 4 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • KeePass and LastPass, while both provide secure password storage, differ GREATLY in their usage and utility. KeePass is great for OFFLINE backups of data/ LastPass is great for ONLINE backups, notes, sharing, and autofill on multiple platforms. Guest • Jan 2018 • 3 agrees and 3 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • no cloud / team sharing / right management Guest • Jul 2018 Disagree   Agree
  • Bitwarden

    Bitwarden is the easiest and safest way to store your logins and passwords across all of your devices (iOS, Android, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Windows, Mac, Linux, and...

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    • Open Source, good browser support, cloud based Guest • Jan 2018 • 4 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • The free account is actually free and can sync your passwords across any device and most important browsers. Guest • Oct 2017 • 3 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • The best open source alternative to LastPass. Also, the UI is much clearer and the apps very snappy. It makes LastPass feel bloated and old. madmonkDec 2017 • 6 agrees and 3 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • Has been audited. Open source. These are extremely important kelzebubJan 2018 • 2 agrees and 1 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • Bitwarden is a superb Lastpass alternative. It's open source (more trustworthy), supports 2FA (phone, Yubikey...), has good browser integration, is easy to use, cheaper than Lastpass and, unlike Lastpass, it encrypts the address field of the accounts you store. Lastpass or Bitwarden? Bitwarden 100%. JohnFastmanApr 2018 • 2 agrees and 1 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • Modern, fast, well-designed GUI and plugins. Massive browser and platform support. Integrated Cloud Sync! OPEN SOURCE. Join the party! AMDphreakApr 2018 Disagree   Agree
    • Open source, audited, better UI, work seamlessly, cheaper. ZakhamMay 2018 Disagree   Agree
    • Open source and encrypts all data... LastPass does not encrypt all fields of your database... ediferreiraSep 2018 Disagree   Agree
    • Open Source, built in sync, you can host it yourself if you want. Guest • 14 days ago Disagree   Agree
    • High level of developer support and is fairly similar to LastPass what simplifies the transition jendk3rMar 2018 Disagree   Agree
    • Open Source, can be self hosted, very snappy and lean, very compatible with all platforms, truly free. Guest • Mar 2018 Disagree   Agree
    • all adventages and features are the same as lastpass to desktop and mobile Guest • Mar 2018 Disagree   Agree
    • Free and open source password manager, form fill on browsers and on mobile KWottrichOct 2017 Disagree   Agree
  • 1Password

    1Password creates strong, unique passwords for all of your sites and logs you in with a single tap (or click). A single click opens your browser, opens a site, fills...

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  • KeePassXC

    KeePass Cross-Platform Community Edition - A community maintained fork of the popular KeePassX application with more features and frequent updates.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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    • Unlike Lastpass, KeepassXC is open-source (more trustworthy) and stores your password database locally. It's also based on a broadly supported format, is compatible with 2FA (e.g. a keyfile) and has good browser plugin integration. Lastpass doesn't encrypt your URLs and is based in the US. JohnFastmanApr 2018 • 1 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • Lastpass's centralized cloud is a target for hackers looking to gain access to a large number of passwords at once (there have been security breaches before, and its only a matter of time until someone gains access). With KeePassXC, you get to choose whether your passwords are stored on the cloud or not. The entire database is encrypted instead of specific fields. Plus KeePassXC is open source. Guest • Jul 2018 • 0 agrees and 1 disagrees Disagree   Agree
  • KeePassX

    KeePassX is an application for people with extremly high demands on secure personal data management. It has a light interface, is cross platform and published under the...

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux BSD

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    • An excellent password manager: compatible with Keepass, open source and lets you choose how to sync your data. But doesn't support browser plugins. So try KeePassXC, which does support browser plugins (PassIFox and ChromeIPass). KeepassXC is therefore a LastPass killer. JohnFastmanMar 2017 • 4 agrees and 1 disagrees Disagree   Agree
  • KeePassDroid

    KeePassDroid is an implementation of the KeePass password safe for the Android platform.

    Free Open Source Android Android Tablet

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  • Enpass

    Enpass offers you freedom from remembering too many passwords and other important credentials. It secures them in one place by your master password and makes them...

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    • Enpass app imports all my Lastpass database in just few seconds. Guest • Oct 2015 • 1 agrees and 1 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • Enpass is better than Lastpass because they don't store your data in the cloud (choice is yours how to sync/store it). But they use a proprietary format, they're not open sourced and they don't allow using keyfiles for added security. Using KeepassXC + PassIFox or PassIChrome gives you all of this, and is a better, free, open source choice. JohnFastmanMar 2017 • 4 agrees and 5 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • Good cross platform support, browser extensions, not forced to store your password vault data 'in the cloud' if you don't want to, support for self-hosted vault sharing options such as owncloud. Guest • Jan 2017 • 0 agrees and 2 disagrees Disagree   Agree
  • Dashlane

    Password manager that can generate unique passwords and also record purchase history across websites. Autologins everywhere. Super strong passwords. Security score...

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    • So many more functionalities. And a MUCH better record of security history. Guest • May 2018 Disagree   Agree
    • I use dashlane because I can sync between my PC and phone. Lastpass has linux compatibility but Dashlane has a free mobile sync so I go with Dashlane. beaucephasJun 2016 • 0 agrees and 4 disagrees Disagree   Agree
  • Master Password

    Master Password is different: it is based on an ingenious password generation algorithm that guarantees your passwords can never be lost. While password managers...

    Free Open Source Mac Linux Web Android iPhone

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    • Genius invention. Doesn't store your passwords anywhere; it generates them everytime you put in the same Master password and username/website domain. Therefore, your password database can't be hacked - it doesn't exist. However, it's harder to change passwords for accounts because you have to use the iteration feature. Test it to see if it suits your needs. Thumbs up for open source also. Otherwise, ditch LastPass and go for KeePass. JohnFastmanDec 2016 • 2 agrees and 2 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • It is a different app, as it is a password generator, not a password manager. ChuckDee68May 2018 • 1 agrees and 1 disagrees Disagree   Agree
  • Keefox

    Login automatically, never forget another password, stay in control of your passwords and improve their security. Powered by the world-renowned...

    Free Open Source Windows Linux Firefox

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    • Keefox is a Firefox add-on/extension which allows you to automatically fill in website login and password information from an open KeePass database. Together with KeePass, it makes an excellent replacement for proprietary apps like LastPass and Dashlane. It's free and open source, of course. Works great in Windows and Linux. Highly recommended! JohnFastmanNov 2016 Disagree   Agree
  • Less Pass

    LessPass is an open source password manager. Instead of syncing a database of passwords, it generates them locally every time you put in a domain name, login and master...

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    • One of the things that lastpass does is manage your passwords. This just generates passwords by making a hash of a provided phrase and the site. It's also not as secure as it purports to be. ChuckDee68May 2018 • 1 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • Opensource well documented project. The code is easy to understand even to a novice. Guest • Mar 2017 Disagree   Agree
    • LessPass is an alternative to LastPass but is more similar to Master Password in its approach. It doesn't save or "remember" your passwords in any way. It's a browser plugin that you enter a domain, login and master password into. It then uses an algorithm to generate a long password you can use for a website of your choice. Every time you enter the same details, you get the same password. Read their website for an honest lowdown on the pros and cons of this approach. It might be right for you! JohnFastmanDec 2016 • 0 agrees and 1 disagrees Disagree   Agree




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PSA: LastPass Has Been Aquired By LogMeIn

Comment by InvinciblePanther
about LastPass · Oct 2015 · Helpful Not helpful 3 Helpful Report as spam

LastPass sold to LogMeIn, announced 10/9/2015

Comment by sdrawkcab
about LastPass · Oct 2015 · Helpful Not helpful 4 Helpful Report as spam

The following post was retrieved 10/9/2015 from LastPass's site at URL

It’s a big day here at LastPass. We’re thrilled to announce that we’re joining LogMeIn. As one of the world’s leading SaaS companies, we can’t imagine a better team to align with our values and product-driven mission. With their experience in growing successful brands like, we’re excited to join LogMeIn in delivering the next generation of identity and access management for individuals, teams and companies, with LastPass at the forefront.

When we started LastPass in 2008, we set out on a mission to provide a smart solution to the growing password problem. We aimed to build a product that helped people efficiently manage their passwords, in a way that not only increased their productivity but also improved their security.

Since then, LastPass has grown by leaps and bounds, helping millions of consumers and tens of thousands of businesses worldwide with password management. We are so incredibly proud of our team’s accomplishments and grateful to the users who have supported us on our journey.

What does this mean for you as a LastPass user? Great things! We will continue to build and improve LastPass for our free, Premium, and Enterprise customers. Together with LogMeIn, we’ll be able to accomplish more, faster – providing an even better service to millions of people. As we become part of the LogMeIn family over the next several months, we’ll be releasing updates to LastPass, introducing new features, and continuing to grow the service as we work to bring LastPass to millions more who struggle with passwords.

Again, thank you to all of our users and supporters! We’re as committed as ever to providing you with a secure, easy-to-use password manager. Stay tuned as we open the next chapter of our story with LogMeIn and build the future of identity and access management, together.

Joe Siegrist & The LastPass Team


Great, but not free

Comment by daddy32
about LastPass · Jun 2012 · Helpful Not helpful 1 Helpful Report as spam

Free for PC use, but you need to pay regularly to use it on mobile devices :(


Canary Issues

Comment by rglater
about LastPass · May 2014 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

I like LP but keep putting off paying because of little annoyances.

From LP - The Canary builds are not always stable so LastPass generally doesn't support them.


Portability makes LastPass Pocket much more convenient

Comment by harveyV
about LastPass · May 2013 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Used in it on my browsers but being able to carry it on made LastPass much more efficient!

Comment by PerfectCarl
about LastPass · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

A bit disappointed : clunky UI, asking for confirmations twice....


Since the acquisition by LogMeIn, they have worked to issue a newer UI that is much more nimble.

Comment by bateman
about LastPass · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

I used roboform and keepass before this. Not anymore. This software rock and it is so good i order premium. It is worth every €/$. There isnt 100% safe proof, but this gets green lights often and now Steve Gibson likes it too.
Lastpass company buys xmarks and now you got pretty cheap deal if you order both lastpass premium + xmarks premium.

The combo package costs $20/year saving you $4/year off the price of a separate LastPass Premium or Xmarks Premium purchase.

I give 4.5/5 points.

Comment by OmgItsTheSmartGuy
about LastPass · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

LastPass detects login forms relatively well. It doesn't work as well as your browser's built in autofill, though- oftentimes, I had to manually click the autofill button on LastPass's browser addon to get it to log me on automatically. It doesn't take that long, of course, but it's annoying nevertheless.

Comment by Scytale
about LastPass · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

LastPass is pure excellent. After using it for a bit, I went through all my signups and converted them to use randomized passwords except for the few I might have to enter in a situation where I can't access LastPass. I use the bookmarklet on my iPhone to access my logins through mobile Safari.

Comment by DevilishVicious
about LastPass · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Can´t live without it anymore. Specially since I use different browsers and different computers on a daily basis. Also, It's really safe, contrary to some beliefs , since the info is first encrypted in your computer and only after that is uploaded to the server. Before "LastPass" I was a "RoboForm" user, which is a good software, but I'm really happy I've made the switch. "LastPass" runs more smoothly and has less bugs. All in all a great application and a must have!!

Comment by willwm
about LastPass · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

The time and trouble I save with LastPass on a daily basis is amazing. If I could only choose one extension for my browser, it would be this. (Even above Firebug and Xmarks, my 2nd and 3rd place faves.)

Form fill, secure password storage, auto-fill/auto-login, and secure notes make this an invaluable app/extension.

Comment by fotzenlecker
about LastPass · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

You can even create one-time passwords for usage in internet cafés, i.e. passwords you create beforehand for a one-time-only login. This way, your master pass is safe in all situations.

Comment by 3dbloke
about LastPass · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Just wanted to add that I use LastPass in Windows XP and Ubuntu 10.04, in both cases this is with the plugins for Chrome and Firefox. A significant benefit is when, as in my case, you are installing an OS on a virtual machine (I use VirtualBox). With LastPass, all your IDs and passwords are there straight away. The same applies to normal system rebuilds. The time invested in organising and maintaining your LastPass vault pays off quickly with the ease of use. Using LastPass has to rank among one of the top pieces of "good practice" advice.

Comment by 3dbloke
about LastPass · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

I've tried other ways to keep my passwords secure while remaining accessible. LastPass seems to do everything required for maintaining a collection of secure IDs and passwords. I've been using the LastPass plugin for Firefox and Chrome.
When I installed LastPass in Chrome (my main browser) it imported all the passwords I had asked Chrome to remember (plain text) and converted these to encrypted form, and I took the oppertunity to remove the remembered passwords from Chrome afterwards. There were several web sites (e.g. WordPress and Google) for which I had several entries in the LastPass "My Vault", because of the way Chrome and Firefox stored these. I took the time to go through all the duplicates in LastPass, deleting those that weren't needed. In some cases they weren't actually duplicates, since they were for alternative logon IDs; in these cases I modified the description to make it easier to select the correct one when using LastPass "Auto Fill".

I've signed up for the $1/month subscription to LastPass "Premium", so I can use the Android app. The subscription also allows use of a "YubiKey", something I had not heard of before trying LastPass. I bought a YubiKey ($25) mostly out of curiosity and have added it as a further level of security to my LastPass account. For access to my home PC I have made YubiKey not required, but when I am using other computers it is necessary, so even if someone discovers my password, my LastPass account is safe. Good to have this added level of security.