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Lock down your logins with 75 percent off a LastPass Premium subscription through Humble Bundle

We've all heard the age-old advice: change your passwords often, never use the same password twice, create complicated passwords. But how many of us really follow that advice? That's where LastPass comes in, and right now its premium version is $6 for 12 months on Humble Bundle, down 75 percent from its list price of $24—a deal that works for both new and existing users.

LastPass is a password saver that requires just one master password to get into all your accounts. Once you log in with that master key, it will autofill your saved login data across all of your devices, even if you can't remember which letters were capitalized. And while the free version is still great, the paid Premium tier offers a bunch of extra options: 

  • Share passwords, Wi-Fi logins, memberships and other items with as many people as you want for easy access.
  • Create your digital contingency plan with emergency access for loved ones.
  • Advanced multi-factor options, priority tech support, LastPass for applications, and 1GB of encrypted file storage.

We gave LastPass a glowing 5 stars out of 5 and awarded it our pick for best overall password manager on the strength of its built-in password strength analysis, auto-updates when you change a password, and convenient form auto-fills.

[Today's deal: LastPass Premium for $6 through Humble Bundle]

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