I am soooo in agreement with you!!...I listened to an hour long post by a guy who has been in the IT industry for something like 35 years, and he was tasked with investigating every aspect of LastPass, his report on it's security measures was glowing beyond belief! (He was an independent reporter, no ties to the company whatsoever, I wish I could find the link to this webinar, but it was so long ago) The information stored in Lastpass is encrypted both ways, even the people at LastPass do not have access to your master password (That is why it is unrecoverable if you forget it.), and with multi-factor authentication enabled it is even more secure. I had confidence in LastPass when I did my own research and after listening to this guy I have even greater confidence. I absolutely could not do without LastPass since I started using it about 5 years ago....My passwords are typically 40-100 characters long (Usually only limited by the website's password requirements), using a mixture of upper and lower case letters, numbers and symbols, for over 500 sites and services....and I never use the same passwords for any of them, and while I realize this may be overkill, it makes me feel safer! I often test the PW strength by typing it into "How secure is my password" (http://howsecureismypassword.net/
) site to see how many years it would require a computer to crack it!....I use multiple browsers and OSes, and most accept the LassPass plugins, I store all of my software licenses, card, medical, database, router, networking info....you name it!...LastPass has become my go-to app for just about everything....even replacing my own memory!..If I had to keep only one program, it would likely be LastPass!....Kevin.