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  Reply # 1963902 25-Feb-2018 15:24
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oh my gosh, can't believe I only just realised that LogMeIn had purchased LastPass back in 2015! Those guys screw their customers around!

 

Anyway, glad BNZ have increased their password length. I remember when ASB Bank had also used to limited your password to a certain amount of characters which I thought was appalling!





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  Reply # 1963911 25-Feb-2018 15:46
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Also a lastpass user.. I stopped paying premium when they sold out to LogMeIn, but I have to say LogMeIn havn't been nearly as bad as I thought they might be.





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The original owner and their team at LastPass have stayed on and have vowed to keep everything the same as before, as well as try and improve it.




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  Reply # 1964094 25-Feb-2018 21:59
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sonyxperiageek: The original owner and their team at LastPass have stayed on and have vowed to keep everything the same as before, as well as try and improve it.

 

Yeah I'm not so sure I trust the word of someone who sells out to a company with the reputation of LogMeIn despite massive protests from his userbase. 





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