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LastPass uses a single master password to keep the rest of your unique passwords safe. All you need to do is remember your master password, and you will be able to log into any website which LastPass remembers. This means that you can have a different unique password for each website you use (which is highly suggested) without needing to remember them (once you enter your master password, LastPass will auto-fill the password for the website). See More
I would not recommend LastPass. A few years ago I would have recommended it with 5 stars and confetti. But now that LogMeIn (a company notorious for some of the worst customer support in their field, and a company with a checkered history of involvement with "your computer is infected, let me remote in" scammers) has purchased them, they have become pretty awful. The support is nigh nonexistent now, and the browser extensions (without which, LastPass would be completely useless) are not being properly updated. It seems that LogMeIn does not see LastPass as much of a priority at all, yet they are raising their subscription rates. Pretty ridiculous. Also the fingerprint reader support needs a lot of work. See More
LastPass offers multiple multifactor authentication options, including Google Authenticator, Grid Multifactor Authentication, Microsoft Authenticator App, Toopher Authentication, Duo Security Authentication, Transakt Authentication, Sesame Multifactor Authentication, Smart Card Authentication and Yubikey Multifactor Authentication. See More
For a PW manager that is entirely web based, this is kind of a deal breaker. And to make matters worse, LogMeIn/LastPass often blame Mozilla and/or Google for not processing update submissions fast enough. Other extensions don't have this issue, so why do you? See More
Web Extensions in FF are partially broken, signs of issues in Chrome; updates are few and far between.
AdBlock+ tends to use a lot of memory, which has been documented in many use cases as well as admitted by AdBlock themselves. Considering there are alternatives out there that can block ads successfully with half the RAM usage as AdBlock, one has to wonder why this is a problem specific to AdBock. See More
Hey. Ads suck. At least, that's what you've always thought. What you actually hate are obnoxious ads that get in the way of your web browsing experience. The unobtrusive ones help make sure this whole wonderful internet thing keeps on going. You might think you hate them, but you love what they do for you. See More
From the dashboard you can import all the settings from ublock origin. You can also import any filters from adblock plus. In my case, I was using ublock origin for years and I had big lists already built that I'm happy I could import with a single mouse click. See More
I love this one. It never fails to capture and download videos from YouTube, while many other similar applications fall short. It has easy to use options for the different qualities available, and more advanced options under the hood. The advanced options UI is a little difficult/annoying to navigate, but I have seen a lot worse. If you purchase the conversion license ($15), you can download and convert files in one action. It will convert one video format to another, or you convert videos to MP3, or AAC (or other audio formats) to MP3, etc, etc. Please note that the Chrome version of this utility can no longer work with YouTube, as Google has banned all extensions that download from YouTube. See More
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