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LastPass allows users to automatically change passwords
Password Manager LastPass allows users to change passwords with the push of a button. LastPass feature announced a day after the new password manager Dash Lane introduced support for automatically changing passwords.
From the extensions of LastPass for Chrome, Safari and Firefox can now be changed with the touch of a button the password for a site, the password manager has announced . Thereby opens a new tab where LastPass modifies the user’s passwords. LastPass then saves the new password. The password manager supports 75 sites, including Facebook, Twitter, Amazon and Dropbox.
The announcement of the functionality follows shortly after the introduction of similar functionality by Dash Lane, a new password manager. There are differences: Dash Lane example, all user passwords for sites that change supported at one time and which also automatically change so often; LastPass can not.
Conversely LastPass support for 75 sites, while there has been only fifty at Dash Lane, Lane Dash has already promised that recover more sites. Furthermore LastPass performs the operations for changing the password on the PC of a user, while Dash Lane does on the side of the server.Viewing:-148
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