Store all your passwords and usernames in the cloud, then access them across multiple devices and platforms. LastPass now is available for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iPhone and iPad.

Is LastPass still free?

Yes, you can get LastPass and use it indefinitely to store an unlimited number of passwords in your encrypted, secure vault. This free plan is feature complete, but it limits users to a single device type: PC or mobile. LastPass Premium costs $3 per month, removes device-type limitations and includes additional features like 1GB file storage and dark web monitoring.

How safe is Lastpass?

LastPass uses 256-bit AES encryption to lock your vault and a master password is needed to decrypt the data. All the information stored in the cloud is sent encrypted beforehand. Two-factor authentication is also offered as an optional security measure.

What are good LastPass alternatives?

We've been recommending LastPass as a top password manager for a long time, but the new limitations on the free version may be enough for you to look elsewhere. Bitwarden is a solid free and open source alternative. If you are willing to pay for a password manager, LastPass is pretty good, but you might as well choose 1Password or Dashlane, which adds a VPN as part of the package.

A better online experience

Stop wasting time worrying about forgotten passwords, and stop wasting time filling out forms; LastPass does it for you.

Gain Control

Use strong passwords encrypted exclusively on your PC but accessible online, so you can retrieve your information from virtually anywhere, anytime.

Improve security

Passwords are locally encrypted and stored on your PC, Mac or Mobile Device. Only your LastPass password can unlock your data and only YOU have it.


  • Create strong passwords, knowing you only have to remember one
  • Log into your favorite sites with a single click
  • Fill forms in a second; stop pulling out your wallet to get your credit card number
  • Access and manage your data from multiple computers seamlessly
  • Securely share logins and notes with friends and let others share with you

What's New

  • Windows version updated to 4.117.0
  • macOS version updated to
  • Changes were implemented to provide expired LastPass Families users (i.e., now LastPass Free users) with an offer via in-Vault messaging to purchase LastPass Premium or renew their expired LastPass Families subscription. Previously, expired LastPass Families users were not provided any upgrade or renewal options after converting to LastPass Free. For more information, please see My LastPass Families plan has expired, what options do I have?
  • Fixed an issue which caused multiple instances of the LastPass In-Field and/or Generate Password icons to appear in the username and password fields, respectively, of various login pages.
  • Fixed an issue in which the LastPass web browser extension erroneously populated the current site password in the first field provided (e.g., the "Old password" field was expected but only "New password" and "Confirm new password" fields are displayed) when users would attempt to change their account password for certain websites.
  • All LastPass Business accounts now include a Families as a Benefit offer, which is a complimentary LastPass Families account provided to each employee that includes five (5) additional individual LastPass licenses. These licenses can be granted to anyone so they can use LastPass to keep their digital lives safe. Learn how to claim your LastPass Families as a Benefit offer.
  • If desired, employees can choose to link their personal LastPass Families account to their company's LastPass Business account, which allows them to keep Vault entries all in one place while both accounts remain separate.
  • Additionally, LastPass admins can view more details about the Families as a Benefit offer, policy restrictions, and available support options for users at Families as a Benefit - FAQs for Admins.
  • Messaging has been updated on the login screen when users are prompted to verify their trusted device through email verification. Learn more about verifying trusted devices.
  • Various stability improvements were made to address an issue that would cause the LastPass web browser extension (on both Chrome and Chromium Edge) to be slow or unresponsive when a user would attempt to log in.
  • Operability changes were implemented to reduce latency within the user's Vault when calculating the security score for site password entries.