jpenny84 Wrote:What you are describing is a downfall or storing your passwords in Windows and/or the browsers. If LastPass can capture the data, other utilities can. That is why you're importing them into a secure password manager like LastPass, and changing them all to randomly generated passwords, if possible.
davy49 Wrote:So are all of you stating that you feel that lastpass isn't very secure..hmmmm.
Texan Wrote:I just started using LastPass and have the following questions:
While on a desktop and using the internet, is being logged in to LastPass while while connected to the internet puts your passwords up for grabs for hackers that may infiltrate your computer or other phishing attempts? Am i supposed to log in to LastPass long enough to enter secured sites then log out from LastPass for the remainder of the time while I am on the internet? I guess I am concerned that once logged in to LasPass anyone or phishing software may be able to retrieve my passwords while I'm logged in to LastPass. Am I being paranoid or is this reasonable concern?
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