File sharing is a common thing nowadays. Friends, roommates, and family need to share their Wi-Fi logins, streaming passwords, and more. While it's convenient to use group text messages, Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive shared folders, these methods leave your sensitive information vulnerable to data breaches.
The issue is encryption. While they're convenient to use, your shared files aren't protected. Even if you're picky about who has access to shared passwords, notes, and information, a hacker could steal your data when using these services.
LastPass Shared Folders change all that. Any password, secure note, or file you share is secure – encrypted at the user's device through 256-bit AES encryption. But we go beyond security; we also make sure it's as easy as ever to share information with whoever needs it.
Shared Folders provides a simple way to share only the exact passwords, notes, and files you want to share with the right people. You can also manage access and sharing settings: hide passwords from specific people, set folder access permissions to read-only, and more.