@safiyan: @safiyan: It secures all your passwords. They are stored in the cloud but are encrypted on your end, so even if the whole LastPass company were compromised no one could get your passwords. They are also stored in encrypted form on your device so you don't need internet access to access them. All you will need to remember ever again is one password, that is the password to de-encrypt all your other ones. At current decryption rates it would take the US government about 4 years to de-encrypt a 12 digit password. Use a phrase you can remember like "cleaning duster", that's 15 digits so it'd probably take the government about 8 years at current decryption algorithm rates.