Benji99 Wrote:Just wanted to also add that I also would really like sync capabilities with Keypass.
I've been a user of Keypass for many years and just switched to using Lastpass with Google Chrome.
Presently, I prefer to use Keypass to quickly lookup login info, or to keep non-web related information. Also I just like and very comfortable with it's interface.
What would be awesome would be the ability to sync a folder in Keypass with Lastpass. I also like the idea of having a constantly updated copy of my passwords locally on my system.
Note to developer: You seem to be really worried of supporting Keypass since you perceive it as a direct competitor, why not make this option as a premium option? I'm actually considering getting a premium account and this feature would definitely push me over the top.
Past that - truth be told - since we'd like you to be using LastPass instead of KeePass, I doubt we'll be developing this.
Alan Strohm Wrote:Using LastPass requires me to trust LastPass. Why should I trust a company that holds my data hostage? Making it harder to take my data to a competitor makes it harder for me to trust you because if you violate my trust I won't have as much recourse. In my opinion, LastPass should expect people to use it because it is the best, not because it is difficult to leave.
JoeSiegrist Wrote:Alan Strohm Wrote:Using LastPass requires me to trust LastPass. Why should I trust a company that holds my data hostage? Making it harder to take my data to a competitor makes it harder for me to trust you because if you violate my trust I won't have as much recourse. In my opinion, LastPass should expect people to use it because it is the best, not because it is difficult to leave.
This is entirely untrue and you either haven't found it yet or you are simply being provocative.
We don't want to build exporters for every password manager under the sun, but doesn't mean we're holding your data hostage -- you can export it as an unencrypted CSV file, AND you can export back into to Firefox, AND back to IE's password manager. Keepass imports from Firefox via plugin -- so there you go, you have your export to Keepass path in 2 steps you can do in 30 seconds. By the way it works without a network connection to LastPass, in the offline mode if needed.
To give us no credit for things we spent weeks on perfecting is disappointing. Our intention is certainly NOT to lock people in, which is a huge difference from our competitors.
bucket Wrote:Just adding to the chorus here. It would be great to have one of two things:
1 - built in export functionality (...)
2 - ability to sync a KeePass folder with lastpass (...)
doffie Wrote:In feb 2009 there was stated in a forum topic here: "3rd party verification is in our plans. Doing it while we're still in beta, with frequent releases, doesn't make sense." Now its june 2010 and the site FAQ still mentions : "3rd party verification is on our road-map."
Security is all about trust but this timeline promise does not makes me feel better although I am not an expert and base my feeling on what others say !??
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