How do browser password managers compare to LastPass?
Password managers like iCloud Keychain and Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and other browsers lack the essential security features that are built-in to LastPass. When it comes to sensitive information like your passwords, those security features are crucial.
Access your passwords across all your devices
Premium LastPass plans work on all browsers, across all your devices and any OS – from Mac to Windows, Android to iOS. You can freely access passwords across your work laptop, your smartphone, and your home tablet, securely accessing essential logins and secure notes whenever you need them.
Browser password managers, on the other hand, only work with the browser you’re using – they don’t support other browsers. So for Google Chrome and iCloud Keychain, you’re stuck storing and accessing your passwords only in Chrome and Safari.
Military-grade, award-winning security
With LastPass, you get best-in-class security. LastPass utilizes a zero-knowledge security model which features AES 256-bit encryption of the vault and PBKDF2-SHA256 one-way salted hashing of the master password. Both ensure only you have the keys to unlock your vault and that your data is never visible to anyone but you – not even LastPss.
Best of all, even if a security incident occurs to LastPass, the company, your LastPass password vault will never be compromised thanks to the premier vault encryption.