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Software Update: LastPass 01.03.64 / 01.03.65
A new version of LastPass is true. LastPass is a password manager that makes it easy to log in to various websites. The program is available as a plug-in for the more popular web browsers on Windows, Linux and OS X, and can also be used to generate hard to guess passwords. If you sit on a ‘foreign’ computer, you can still get to your passwords via the LastPass website. A premium account, which costs one dollar per month, provides additional functionality and also gives access to a version that can be installed on a mobile device. The following changes and improvements since version 1.3.50 installed:
Version 1.3.64 / 1.3.65 – Chrome / Safari
Improved: More accurate filling for forms That use type = url for username.
Improved: Better error messages shared folder.
Improved: Better translations.
Fixed: Log on browser restart issue on Mac resolved.
Version 1.3.62 / 1.3.63 – Chrome / Safari
Improved: Better search capabilities through menu.
Improved: Passwords in Secure Notes Templates are now masked.
Improved: Better keyboard navigation in menus.
Version 1.3.60 / 1.3.61 – Chrome / Safari
Improved: New user workflow.
Fixed: Enterprise shared folder assignment to super admins.
Fixed: Hide linked personal account option to non-enterprise users.
Version 1.3.56 / 1.3.57 – September 9th 2014 Chrome / Safari
Improved: Better memory usage in vault When editing sites.
Fixed: Enterprise Policy Requiring minimum password length site.
Version 1.3.54 / 1.3.55 – Chrome / Safari
Fixed: Error when move out site or shared folder.
Version 1.3.54 – Firefox
Fixed: Use binary speedup for PBKDF2 Calculations.
Fixed: Improve filling for login forms in iframes.
Fixed: Prevent duplicate credit card confirmations fill in child iframes.
Fixed: Searching from non-compact toolbar.
Fixed: Changing identity from toolbar.
Version 1.3.52 / 1.3.53 – Chrome / Safari
Fixed: Password Generator does not prematurely close.
Fixed: Add screen keyboard option back to login dialog.
Fixed: Remember password warning now shows again.
Fixed: Prevent buttons from Unnecessarily wrapping.
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