Lastpass

August 25

Free 12 Month Premium Upgrade Of LastPass Password Management Software ($12 Value)

Posted by on August 25, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Free 12 Month Premium Upgrade Of LastPass Password Management Software ($12 Value)

Protecting your information online is very important in this day and age. After all, whether you’re logging into your Facebook account, purchasing items online, or doing internet banking, one thing that always needs to be protected is your password. Unfortunately, there are hackers out there who can easily crack basic passwords, which is why it’s crucial to keep your information safe with a complicated password. With the help of the award-winning LastPass password management software, you can do just that! Starting today, you can get a free 12 month premium upgrade of LastPass password management software, which normally costs $12.

In my opinion, managing the wide variety of passwords that I need to access my burgeoning amount of accounts online can be a bit of a hassle. Sure, logging into my social media accounts isn’t much of a challenge, but when it comes to my online banking, phone bills, and other necessary passwords, I would most likely end up on the phone with a customer service representative for 15 minutes if I didn’t have my passwords written down in my hidden away notepad.

With LastPass, this software can help you manage all of your passwords – it allows you to store all of your passwords, it can generate complicated and hard-to-crack passwords for you, and you can use it to log into any of your online accounts that require a password.

This promotion will enable you to upgrade to a premium account, which allows you to use LastPass on all of your mobile devices! On my way home from a long day of work, I would find this password management app particularly handy to use, since I’d be able to do my banking online on my cell phone without having to remember my complicated password.

The best thing about LastPass is that this app is free to use on desktop computers, but with this premium upgrade, you can enjoy the benefits of using it on your mobile devices for 12 months without paying a cent.  There are also several other features that you can enjoy by being a premium user, which you can learn about by clicking here.

This password manager is also heavily praised by experts and critics- PCMag gave it a five out of five outstanding review, while it was praised and received a four out of five on Macworld. With so many favourable reviews, and at no cost, I’m going to start using this effective app. If you want to try out LastPass and enjoy the benefits of a premium account, I recommend that you do so while this promotion is still in effect.

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July 19

LastPass Premium Upgrade: Free For 6 Months

Posted by on July 19, 2014 at 5:00 PM

LastPass Premium Upgrade: Free For 6 Months

Back in Jessica’s money-saving article about 13 Free Apps to Help You Organize Your Life, she mentioned LastPass, an award-winning password manager tool. In the wake of the Heartbleed bug, LastPass are currently offering a free upgrade to their premium services for six months!

LastPass is a great little program used by many millions of people all over the world. Alas, I am not one of them! I actually use Roboform, a competitor of LastPass. But I have over 1500 passwords saved on there…

If you’re a new user for LastPass, you will get your first six months of LastPass premium for free. If you’re an existing user, this will actually upgrade you to their premium services for the next six months. You can use LastPass on many devices too, from your home PC to Android to Blackberry.

Now, we’re not naive shoppers here. LastPass offer a free service anyway, so offering six months for free of their premium services is obviously a cunning marketing plan. They’d like you to get used to the premium features and then after the six months finishes, you’ll opt to pay for their services. All the premium features are described here. LastPass premium actually costs $12 per year, so this freebie is worth $6. Even if you do find the premium features desirable… then $12 a year isn’t much for a great little program.

LastPass has a very handy password generation feature, which can generate some random passwords for you. For example, my Bargainmoose password is Er6OYA8uVK1n. No, it’s not! As if I would tell you that… :-p

How about you? How do you manage your passwords? Are you like my mum and have a few written down in a notebook beside your computer? If that sounds like you, then I seriously recommend you try out LastPass … for your own online safety and peace of mind.

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