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You can store everything from bank accounts and cards to files and logins in your LastPass folders.

‘How much does LastPass cost?’: Here’s what you’ll pay to use the encrypted password manager

The cost to use LastPass for personal accounts ranges from free to $4 a month based on the features you select and the number of users on your plan.
You can store everything from bank accounts and cards to files and logins in your LastPass folders.

How to create folders in LastPass and organize the files or accounts in your digital Vault

You can create folders in LastPass to organize your logins, credit cards, and notes similarly to how you add data to your Vault.
You can delete your LastPass account by logging into your Vault and using your master password, or by having LastPass email you a link to delete your account without it.

How to delete your LastPass account and permanently wipe saved logins

To delete a LastPass account, you'll need your email and the master password you created to log in to your Vault and confirm the account deletion.
It's easy to find stored passwords on an Android device.

How to find passwords stored on your Android phone, and export or delete them

Your passwords can be stored on an Android phone in your Google Chrome app, which is linked to your Google account.
It's easy to delete your saved passwords on Firefox.

How to delete your saved passwords on a Firefox browser, so no one can log in using your data

You can delete saved passwords on Firefox at any time via the browser's "Privacy & Security" settings menu.

A cybersecurity expert says you can take these steps to make sure your accounts aren’t ‘low-hanging fruit’ for hackers

Most cyber-attacks target people who haven't taken basic precautions to secure their accounts, making them vulnerable to potential hackers.

A professional hacker reveals how to create the best possible password

Instead of creating a strong password, try coming up with a passphrase. Phrases are harder for computers to guess.
Google Smart Lock refers to three different programs on different devices.

‘What is Google Smart Lock?’: A guide to Google’s feature for Android phones, Chromebooks, and passwords in general

Google Smart Lock refers to three different programs. Here's what Google Smart Lock does for Android devices, Chromebooks, and passwords in general.
Turning on two-factor authentication in "Fortnite" will net you rewards.

Securing your ‘Fortnite’ account will net you free rewards — here’s what you get for turning on two-factor authentication

Turning on two-factor authentication in "Fortnite" unlocks a free emote for "Battle Royale" and even more freebies for "Save the World."

Nearly 773 million email accounts have been exposed in a massive data breach. Here’s how to check if you were affected.

It's a massive data dump called "Collection #1," and it contains cracked passwords.