LastPass fournit un emplacement central depuis lequel les utilisateurs peuvent gérer tous les identifiants et mots de passe du personnel et de l'entreprise. Les employés reçoivent un nom d'utilisateur et un mot de passe principal uniques qu'ils peuvent utiliser pour accéder à tous les sites enregistrés sur leur compte LastPass. La connexion à cette solution permet aux utilisateurs d'accéder à leur "coffre-fort", dans lequel ils peuvent enregistrer des sites, modifier les informations de connexion pour ces sites et générer automatiquement des mots de passe forts pour les sites web.
LastPass mémorise toutes les informations de connexion de tous les sites et les stocke dans le coffre-fort des utilisateurs. Lors de leur prochaine connexion à l'un de ces sites enregistrés, le logiciel remplira automatiquement le formulaire. Il invite également les utilisateurs à enregistrer de nouvelles informations de connexion lorsqu'ils accèdent à des sites pour la première fois.
LastPass peut être téléchargé en tant que complément à tout navigateur. Lorsque vous vous connectez avec le même compte, vous pouvez utiliser le logiciel sur plusieurs appareils, chez vous, en déplacement ou au bureau. L'édition professionnelle de l'application fournit une gestion sécurisée des mots de passe aux entreprises grâce à plus de 50 stratégies configurables intégrées qui permettent de définir les exigences de mot de passe principal, de restreindre l'accès à des appareils et emplacements spécifiques et d'autoriser l'utilisation des fonctionnalités.
D'autres fonctionnalités de LastPass offertes aux utilisateurs professionnels incluent le partage de dossiers, d'identifiants et de notes entre les équipes et les services. Les administrateurs peuvent également restreindre les autorisations pour des dossiers et des employés individuels. Avec l'édition professionnelle de LastPass, les utilisateurs peuvent désactiver ou supprimer des comptes d'employés en quelques minutes afin de protéger les données lors du processus de transfert. Des alertes et des reporting automatisés permettent de suivre l'utilisation appropriée du logiciel par les employés.
I love my experience with LastPass. I use it personally and for my small business and it saves me a lot of time and headaches when it comes to passwords. I also feel way more secure in my online vulnerability since using this and creating more secure passwords.
I use lastpass to keep track of all my passwords for various sites. I cannot stand the process of having a password reset when I'm in the middle of a task. It gets really frustrating to waste time, and LastPass saves me all that time on a consistent basis.
I also like that I am able to share passwords with my husband and we have access to passwords for services we share. I never have to call him to get a password anymore, which is really helpful to both of us.
The other service I really like about LastPass is that it has a browser add-on that allows me to generate a password when I sign up for an account on an website. I love that I am able do this, as it prevents me from using the same password over and over and I don't actually have to remember the password as I can access it from my phone, tablet or computer to login with one click.
I also love that LastPass is seamless throughout all devices. I can use it on my phone, tablet or computer and it is updated constantly. I also love that it can save different login information separately if you have two different user accounts on one website.
It can get a little confusing when trying to share a password with another user. My husband and I share passwords and logins for our utilities and shared accounts, so we share our password information with each other for ease of use. In LastPass you have the option to share the login information or the password, and it can be unclear which is which. We've had a few occasions where we thought we shared the password with each other and we actually had not given full permission.
I honestly don't think I could survive now without LastPass. I have experienced no major issues, support are very quick to respond and the assistance provided is extremely accurate.
LastPass security is extremely high as you would expect off a company that provides a secure password service.
Before I used LastPass I maintained an encrypted excel document with my various passwords, some hadn't been changed for years and lacked complexity. When they were all entered into LastPass it it automatically scored them, suggested which ones needed changing, and best of all, generated secure string passwords of 48 characters, random upper & lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters. All of my accounts now have extremely long secure passwords that I do not need to remember as I just have to remember my pass phrase that logs me into LastPass and they do the rest for me.
From an administrators point of view LastPass Enterprise allows the sharing of admin passwords, access of which can be restricted by Access Control Lists. This has greatly improved the reliability of admin passwords that we store.
Finally searching for the passwords is extremely easy - on web pages it automatically triggers if the URL has been set up, and when manually searching simply type the name of the program/account and it will filter the list.
The only issue I have had with LastPass is that the browser extension, when first installed, does not have a time out function. This needs to be manually set. As such inexperienced users may well end up leaving their passwords very insecure.
My suggestion would be to include a "set up" introduction where the default option of a 5 minute inactivity logout could be modified to however the user desires it. This would ideally need to be done before the browser extension becomes fully live.
The core value proposition is the main pro: quickly creates complex, secure passwords and stores and organizes them for your easy access across the web and mobile apps on any device. Really love the security checkup and organized list of actions you should take to improve your score (security). Like the percentage score and comparison to others. Love that LastPass will go in and automatically change your passwords for many mainstream sites but that’s becoming less and less useful now that we use 2-factor authentication for so many (so it can’t). Ability to securely share passwords or vault with family members. Secure Notes section for storing info unrelated to a website. Ability to mark any record a Favorite for easier locating. Desktop app has a quick search box that pops up with a keyboard shortcut—love that. The addition of the in-app access on mobile was huge. Same with the new ability to replace Apple’s keychain with LastPass as default in the new iOS browser.
Biggest issue is that the desktop Safari browser extension stopped auto-filling a month or two ago. So I had to switch browsers which I’m not happy about.
Frustrating differences between LastPass versions (browser extension, mobile app integration, desktop Vault...): Can view password history on some and not others. Specific selection to generate new password to replace an existing one on some and not others (related to storing password history). When you can’t do that, the workaround to ensure I’ve stored both old and new passwords is a huge pain. Sync delays between versions.
I’ve stopped using the browser pop-up asking if you want to update a site’s password because I’ve had problems in the past with it screwing things up.
Some companies make you use the same username and password across their sites which may have different domain names. I wish LastPass would allow for a way to link them in their records. Now when I visit one of those sites, I have to dismiss their warning pop-up every time (warns that you’ve used that site’s password elsewhere online, which is a great feature in most cases), and if I change a password I have to remember to look up the other sites’ records and manually change those to match.
Would also like to see LastPass add more sites to the list that they can auto-update, but that’s just a wish list item, not a big deal.
This review makes it sound pretty horrible, but I really do love it. So much that I’m willing to put up with these downsides (in hopes that they’ll make the fixes eventually).
It helps me to be GDPR compliant by creating a secure environment for our passwords.
LastPass Enterprise is very suitable to enable your users to store logins and other information securely. You can sync with Active Directory and other sources, allow access to shared folders based on group membership and enforce various policies. This is all very flexible.
The reporting functionality allows you to monitor product usage and the 'security score' of your employees. If an account is known to be leaked to the web, your users can be notified about this thanks to the integration with HIBP.
Accounts can be secured with 2-factor authentication either using a push message to an Android/IOS app, or with Yubikey, Sesame, Google Authenticator or other options. This can also be enforced for specific users. You can link your enterprise account with a personal account for easy access to your private passwords. Read the deployment guide and you will be impressed.
Even after more than five years of enterprise deployment, I have a hard time getting my users loving LastPass. The interface is not consistent across browsers. Enabling the binary component (used for uploading attachments to your vault and for synchronizing the login status between browsers) is a hassle. Some preferences are saved in the extension, but not in your account preferences, like logout when idle, Other settings are done via the Vault. The mobile apps are not bug free, sometimes the autofill pop-up comes up on Android, sometimes it doesn't. On MacOS, the binary plugins sometimes hang. When reporting these issues to Support, it usually takes a long time to get them fixed. If they send them to Development, there is little or no feedback on the progress. So there is still a lot of room for improvement. The price doubled last year, which does not yet pay off although the competition is often more expensive and then I don't know where LastPass shines and they don't.
It's very secure for supporting all of my passwords. I don't have to worry about remembering a bunch of different passwords, lastpass autogenerates secure passwords for me and remembers them for me. And allows me to access it from any device if I need to.
It allows me to share passwords with my team for products that charge extra for additional users when we don't necessarily need additional users.
It's fast and works really well all around. Not all software does that but it gives me confidence that I can trust it with my passwords.
It also allows you to auto-fill forms for saving time filling out repetitive address, email, phone #, cc info etc.
First off, with so many things to log in to it's impossible to follow good password procedure, which is important, especially with all of the hacks that go on. If a hacker gets one of your passwords, they know they can access a lot of your websites. Lastpass removes the pain of creating a secure password and having to remember it. You only have to create 1 secure lastpass password and you're golden.
One of the biggest pains it solves for my team is allowing us to share passwords/logins for software that charges extra if you need multiple users. As a small startup that can't afford to pay for each user for every software we use, this is huge for us.
It also makes onboarding new team members easier. We give them access to the services they need and can see what each service does in the notes section of the lastpass app. It also helps when my business partner signs up for a new software, I can know what it's for and viceversa.
I also feel more secure having my passwords on lastpass than on Chrome's password manager.
I think the design and user experience could be laid out a bit better, but it's good enough. The way they have it set up can make all of your passwords etc. feel overwhelming at times.
Also, there's the obvious downside that if you forget your password you could end up locked out of all of your accounts... So make sure you remember your password.
Voici quelques-unes des questions fréquentes sur LastPass.
Types de licences disponibles pour LastPass :
À partir de: 29,00 $US/année
Type de licence: Abonnement
version d'essai gratuite: Disponible
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Utilisateurs habituels du logiciel LastPass :
Auto-entrepreneurs, Grandes entreprises, Entreprises de taille moyenne, PME
Langues dans lesquelles LastPass est disponible :
arabe, chinois (simplifié), chinois (traditionnel), tchèque, danois, néerlandais, anglais, finnois, français, allemand, hébreu, hongrois, indonésien, italien, japonais, coréen, norvégien, polonais, portugais, russe, espagnol, suédois, thaï, turc, ukrainien
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Appareils pris en charge par LastPass :
Android, iPhone, iPad
Applications s'intégrant à LastPass :
Branch Messenger, Deputy, Jostle, LogMeIn Pro, Microsoft Azure, Okta, Rippling
Ressources d'aide disponibles pour LastPass :
FAQ, Forum, Base de connaissances, Support en ligne, Support téléphonique, Tutoriels vidéo