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Warning: LastPass’s free password manager becomes a lot less useful today

Everyone should use a password manager, and LastPass is the best password manager around. One of its most appealing features is going away though. Currently, even free users can use the service on all their devices, but starting March 16, you’ll be able to use it only on a single class of device (computer or…

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Warning: LastPass’s free password manager becomes a lot less useful today

Everyone should use a password manager, and LastPass is the best password manager around. One of its most appealing features is going away though. Currently, even free users can use the service on all their devices, but starting March 16, you’ll be able to use it only on a single class of device (computer or mobile) at no cost. If you want to use Lastpass’s saved passwords on your laptop and your phone, you’ll need to pay up for a premium account.
Editor’s note: We’re bumping this post to make sure people are aware of the changes on the day they’re taking effect. Since its original publication on February 16, we’ve published a roundup of the best free password managers, though if you don’t mind paying a few bucks a month for the service, LastPass remains our favorite password manager overall. The original article continues below.To read this article in full, please click here
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