Anyone can get started with LastPass to secure their passwords and simplify their online life.
Getting started is free, fast, and just a few simple steps.


Install LastPass on the browser or device of your choice, it's free and only takes a few minutes.

Create Account

Sign up with your email address and a strong master password. Make it a good one!

Login & Save Sites

Sign in to the extension or app, then start saving and autofilling passwords for every website.

It’s where you can add, view, manage, and delete items that you’ve saved to LastPass.
  1. Folders

    Drag and drop logins into folders to keep them organized.

  2. Search

    Easily search for any item stored in the vault.

  3. Sync

    Your account is synced and available everywhere you need it.

  1. Sharing Center

    Share passwords with family and friends that need access to an account.

  2. Sites

    LastPass keeps your data secure while helping you login to all your web accounts.

  3. Save

    Save new sites, notes, and profiles as you go.

It installs in your browser toolbar for easy access to your vault and passwords.

Log In through the Extension

After downloading LastPass, look for the LastPass icon in your toolbar. The extension is what powers LastPass in your browser and connects you to all your tools.

Look for the Field Icons

When you're logged in to the LastPass extension, you'll see icons on websites to help you save and fill passwords, generate new passwords, and more.

All the Tools You Need

Both the LastPass extension and the field icons give you access to the tools you need to manage your logins, fill your passwords, view your data, and secure your data.

There is no finish line in security. We go beyond the leading industry standards to implement the newest, strongest technology available to safeguard your data.

Secure Account Creation

Users create an account with an email address and a strong master password to locally-generate their unique encryption key.

Leading Encryption Algorithms

We've implemented AES-256 bit encryption with PBKDF2 SHA-256 and salted hashes to ensure complete security in the cloud.

Local-Only Encryption

User data is encrypted and decrypted at the device level. Data stored in the vault is kept secret, even from LastPass.

Private Master Password

The user’s master password, and the keys used to encrypt and decrypt user data, are never sent to LastPass’ servers, and are never accessible by LastPass.

Two-Factor Authentication

Two-factor (multifactor) authentication adds extra security to LastPass accounts by requiring a second login step before authorizing the user.

Availability Everywhere

When storing passwords, convenient and reliable access is critical. LastPass ensures passwords are securely available when and where they’re needed.

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