LastPass provides users with a safe and secure method of storing passwords and other private information. LastPass can be used as a desktop application, web browser extension/plugin, and mobile app.
- Getting access to LastPass Premium
- Cleaning up your passwords
- LastPass Guides
- Setting up LastPass Multifactor Authentication
For more information about features and how to use LastPass Premium, see the LastPassPremium at Penn documentation.
To sign up for LastPass Premium through Penn, simply navigate to https://lastpass.com/upenn/ and fill out the form with your email address. Make sure to enter your email address as YourPennkey@upenn.edu as shown below:
Note that when you sign up, your account will now say that you’re a Premium User, which will expire in a year. You will be able to renew your Premium membership through Penn in a year’s time.
Clean up your passwords
As you save passwords in LastPass, follow these rules:
- Longer passwords are generally better.
- Use capital letters, numbers, and symbols to make your passwords more complicated.
- Follow the one account = one password rule. Do not use the same password across multiple accounts.
- Change your PennKey password and LawKey password if they violate any of the above rules.
LastPass Guides : You’ll Learn :
|Getting Started with LastPass||
|Using LastPass on Your Mobile Device||
|Downloading / Installing LastPass on Computer||
|Changing your email||
|Cyber Security Challenge||
LastPass Multifactor Authentication
We recommend setting up multifactor (two-factor, two-step) authentication to add an extra layer of security to logging onto LastPass. Go here for more information about LastPass Multifactor Authentication.
To set up Multifactor Authentication:
1. Navigate to your LastPass Vault and go to Account Settings.
2. Select Multifactor Options, and select the pencil icon under Action for the Multifactor authenticator application (such as Google Authenticator) you’d like to use.
3. Select Yes from the dropdown menu for Enabled.
4. Scan the QR barcode or type your Private Key into your authenticator app.
5. Then choose Update.
6. Enter the code from your authenticator application into LastPass.
7. Then you’re finished enabling multifactor authentication for LastPass!
Have questions about signing up? Contact ITS at email@example.com