Software Update: LastPass 3.1.92

A new version of LastPass has been released. LastPass is a password manager that makes it easy to log in to various websites. The program is available as a plug-in for the more well-known web browsers on Windows, Linux and OS X, and can also be used to generate hard-to-guess passwords. If you’re on a “foreign” computer, you can always access your passwords through the LastPass website. A premium account, which costs a dollar a month, offers additional functionality and also provides access to a version that can be installed on a mobile device. Since version 3.1.74 / 3.1.75, the following changes and improvements have been made:

Changes in version 3.1.92 – IE/Firefox

  • New: Local vault UI/UX cleanup in IE.
  • New: Display attachment names.
  • New: Stability improvements.
  • New: Improved getting started screen.
  • New: Option to control matching sites badge number in Firefox.
  • Improved: Obscure passwords in secure note templates in IE.
  • Improved: Memory impact when navigating browser significantly better.
  • Improved: Never URL handling of sites with frames.
  • Fixed: Filling on,
  • Fixed: Rename and delete of subfolders in Shared Folders.
  • Fixed: Respect never autofill setting for basic auth sites.
  • Fixed: Prevent logout in Firefox during login if reusing master password.
  • Fixed: Delete formfill in Firefox.
  • Fixed: Numerous smaller bug fixes and improvements.

Changes in version 3.1.90/3.1.91 – Chrome/Safari

  • New: Detect if CSP blocks our field icon popup.
  • Improved: Field icon popup placement on sites with framesets.
  • Fixed: launch site edge cases.
  • Fixed: saving and filling on
  • Fixed: Prevent rendering anomalies on certain sites.

Changes in version 3.1.88/3.1.89 – Safari/Chrome

  • New: Show button to automatically change password for weak/duplicate sites.
  • New: Automatically change password for sites in Shared Folders.
  • Fixed: Password prompt loop issue.
  • Fixed: Edit password protected applications.

Version number 3.1.92
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Android, Linux, Windows XP, macOS, Windows Vista, iOS, Windows 8, Windows 10
Website LastPass
License type Freeware/Paid