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Steve is a Free user with Mobile Devices as his active device type. He can use LastPass on his iPhone, Android work phone, tablet, and smart watch, but he can't use LastPass on his desktop. The LastPass browser extension and mobile app let you quickly generate strong passwords, manage your saved logins and more. Get the Free LastPass Browser Extension LastPass is free to use as a secure password generator on any computer, phone, or tablet.

Securely save passwords and automatically log into any site on the internet.

LastPass Universal Windows Installer

The Universal Windows installer installs browser extensions for Internet Explorer, Edge, Chrome, Firefox, and Opera.

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LastPass for Chrome

Features dependent on a binary component, such as sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for Firefox

LastPass browser extension for Mozilla Firefox. This will also work on other Mozilla based browsers such as SeaMonkey, Mozilla, etc.

LastPass for Microsoft Edge

If you're using Chromium-based Microsoft Edge, this one's for you. LastPass browser extension for Microsoft Edge without a binary component. Features dependent on a binary component, such as automatic logoff after idle and sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for Microsoft Edge Legacy

If you're still using an older version of Microsoft Edge not based on Chromium, this one's for you. LastPass browser extension for Microsoft Edge without a binary component. Features dependent on a binary component, such as automatic logoff after idle and sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for Opera

LastPass browser extension for Opera without a binary component. Features dependent on a binary component, such as automatic logoff after idle and sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for Chrome (full version)

LastPass browser extension for Google Chrome (full version) provides extra features such as sharing the login state with other browsers.

LastPass for Chrome

Features dependent on a binary component, such as sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for Firefox

LastPass browser extension for Mozilla Firefox. This will also work on other Mozilla based browsers such as SeaMonkey, Mozilla, etc.

LastPass for Safari

LastPass browser extension for Apple Safari. This is a Mac App which includes the Safari extension. Click here for installation help.

LastPass for Microsoft Edge

If you're using Chromium-based Microsoft Edge, this one's for you. LastPass browser extension for Microsoft Edge without a binary component. Features dependent on a binary component, such as automatic logoff after idle and sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for Opera

LastPass browser extension for Opera without a binary component. Features dependent on a binary component, such as automatic logoff after idle and sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass Mac App

Lastpass Mobile

The LastPass vault you love for macOS. This is the same Mac app that includes the LastPass browser extension for Safari. Click here for Safari extension installation help.

LastPass for Chrome (full version)

Edge

LastPass browser extension for Google Chrome (full version) provides extra features such as sharing the login state with other browsers.

LastPass Universal Linux Installer

The Universal Linux installer installs browser extensions for Firefox, Chrome, and Opera.

LastPass for Firefox (i386 and x64)

LastPass browser extension for Mozilla Firefox. This will also work on other Mozilla based browsers such as SeaMonkey, Mozilla, etc. If you experience issues, try starting Firefox in safe mode.

LastPass for Chrome (full version)

Lastpass Mobile

LastPass browser extension for Google Chrome (full version) provides extra features such as sharing the login state with other browsers.

LastPass for Chrome

Features dependent on a binary component, such as sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

LastPass for Opera

LastPass browser extension for Opera without a binary component. Features dependent on a binary component, such as automatic logoff after idle and sharing of login state with other browsers, will not function.

Lastpass Mobile Account Recovery

LastPass for iPhone/iPad

LastPass for Android

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Lastpass Mobile Tutorial

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Manage Mobile Devices Using LastPass

You can manage mobile device restriction settings for a new or unrecognized mobile device when accessing your LastPass Vault. You can also revoke or reinstate access to mobile devices that have already accessed your LastPass account, and even rename the mobile device label (UUID) or delete the device from your list.

Note: LastPass hashes the UUIDs on the server side for better security. So the UUIDs listed in the LastPass Security Notifications look different from what are added to the Mobile Devices tab in Account Settings. You will not receive security notifications unless you have Mobile Access Restriction set.

Manage access restriction for new mobile devices

You can enable or disable the requirement of LastPass sending a verification email containing a secure link that you must click on in order to allow you to access your account from a mobile device.

  1. Log in to LastPass and access your Vault by doing either of the following:
    • Go to https://lastpass.com/?ac=1 and log in with your username and Master Password.
    • In your web browser toolbar, click the LastPass icon then click Open My Vault.
  2. Click Account Settings in the left navigation.
  3. Click the Mobile Devices tab.
  4. Choose one of the following:
    • If you want to restrict access only to those devices you verified, click Enable . Please note that if a Disable button is displayed, it means that access is already restricted.

    • If you do not want to restrict access to verified mobile devices, click Disable . Please note that if an Enable button is displayed, it means that access is already unrestricted.

Manage authorization of mobile devices

To remove authorization of a mobile device so that it will no longer use your LastPass account (in case you ever lose that device), or to re-authorize a mobile device that was previously de-authorized, do the following:

  1. Log in to LastPass and access your Vault by doing either of the following:
    • Go to https://lastpass.com/?ac=1 and log in with your username and Master Password.
    • In your web browser toolbar, click the LastPass icon then click Open My Vault.
  2. Click Account Settings in the left navigation.
  3. Click the Mobile Devices tab, then locate your desired mobile device. Under Access, use the drop-down menu to select Allowed (to authorize or re-authorize) or Denied (to de-authorize) the device.

  4. On the next prompt, you can click Yes to immediately be logged off from all active sessions, or click No to remain logged in to all active sessions but prevent future logins until all sessions have ended.
Note: If you attempt to log on from a de-authorized mobile device or from a device that has not yet been used with your LastPass account, after correctly entering your email and Master Password, LastPass sends an email verification link to confirm that you are adding that device to your account. Once you click the verification link in the email, the device is allowed for use. You can then log in to your LastPass account on your mobile device, and your device will be displayed in the list on the Mobile Devices tab.

Delete a mobile device

  1. Log in to LastPass and access your Vault by doing either of the following:
    • Go to https://lastpass.com/?ac=1 and log in with your username and Master Password.
    • In your web browser toolbar, click the LastPass icon then click Open My Vault.
  2. Click Account Settings in the left navigation.
  3. Click the Mobile Devices tab, then locate your desired mobile device. Under Action, click the Delete icon .
  4. When prompted, click OK.
  5. Once deleted, you can exit the Account Settings window.

Rename a mobile device's label/random identifier

When you log into LastPass using a mobile device, that device is listed in your Mobile Devices list within your Account Settings. For security purposes, your mobile device's label/random identifier (i.e., UUID) is displayed as a string of randomly generated letters in numbers in UUID format. In doing so, LastPass has no record of a mobile device's actual UUID anywhere within our systems. If desired, you can rename the UUID for better recognition by doing the following:

  1. Log in to LastPass and access your Vault by doing either of the following:
    • Go to https://lastpass.com/?ac=1 and log in with your username and Master Password.
    • In your web browser toolbar, click the LastPass icon then click Open My Vault.
  2. Click Account Settings in the left navigation.
  3. Click the Mobile Devices tab, then locate your desired mobile device. Under Action, click the Edit icon .
  4. Make your desired changes within the field under Label/Random Identifier, then click the Save icon .
  5. Once saved, you can exit the Account Settings window.