When comparing Passpack vs LessPass, the Slant community recommends LessPass for most people. In the question“What is the best cross-platform password manager?” LessPass is ranked 10th while Passpack is ranked 26th.
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Pro Free for up to 100 passwords
After the 100 password threshold is passed, this service costs $1.50 per month for up to 1,000 passwords and 3 users. Plans can be expanded all the way to $40.00 per month with the capability to store 10,000 passwords and share with 1,000 users.
Pro Can create one time passwords
Passpack allows creating passwords for accessing the Passpack Vault that can only be used once. Great for accessing the Vault in public or untrusted places.
Pro Two-factor authentication
Passpack support two-factor authentication via e-mail or Yubikey.
Pro Encrypts user data before it reaches Passpack servers
Users are not at risk of having their passwords known by Passpack staff, as user data is encrypted before it reaches their servers.
Pro Compatible with most common browsers
Passpack is compatible with Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari.
Pro Username/password combinations can be shared with others
Passpack caters to teams by allowing them to easily share credentials with each other.
Pro Can import usernames and passwords from programs like Excel
For users who have already stored their username and password information in a spreadsheet, Passpack makes it easy to migrate all of the information at once. Additionally, Passpack lets users export their info as well.
Pro Open source
Pro Really platform-free
Pro Doesn't store passwords
If it's not stored, it can't be stolen.
Con Clunky UI and sign up process
Con Lacks password auditing
Con Lacks native mobile apps
Con Does not support Opera
Deterministic password managers have many drawbacks.
Con Cannot store existing secrets
Existing secrets (aka passwords) cannot be stored with deterministic password managers. In order to use LessPass effectively, you will need to change your password on every site.
Con Easily cracked with exposed/compromised master password
Since anyone can use LessPass with the same parameters as you, all they need is your master password (which could be obtained through keylogging or numerous other methods) to gain access to every one of your site passwords.