How to get Last Pass passwords to Firefox?

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  1. Posts : 240
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    How to get Last Pass passwords to Firefox?


    Problem: Copy (Import) LP credentials from LP to Firefox

    The only way to export LP credentials (free version) is a .csv file.

    Firefox will only import from 3 other browsers, no .csv.

    I thought a work around might be to import the .csv file into another browser than import from that browser to Firefox but I can't find that ability.

    Any suggestions?

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  2. dalchina's Avatar
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    If you wished to continue to use Lastpass (I'm assuming you've found there's a problem with late editions of Firefox) you could use Waterfox instead. I have that, so I can continue to use 'legacy' add-ons without difficulty.
    Last edited by dalchina; 02 Jul 2018 at 00:29.
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  3. Posts : 1,650
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    LastPass has a Firefox extension supported in the latest Firefox Quantum. I have both and all I have to do is sign in to my account from the icon (or you can set auto-login) -
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...er/?src=search
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  4. Posts : 240
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    Last Pass works fine with my latest Firefox version (61).

    I use the Firefox iOS app and for the app to sync credentials with the desktop, the desktop has to have the most current credentials--which it doesn't--LP does. Hence, my need to periodically export, in some way, to Firefox from LP.
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  5. dalchina's Avatar
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    iOS | User Manual

    perhaps?

    LastPass for iOS is an application that will allow you to carry your LastPass data around with you and easily login to websites from your iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
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  6. Posts : 240
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    For the not crippled version of LP iOS you have to purchase the premium LP addon and that's ~#24/year. I've choked on the price on years past and continue to do so. I'd pay for the service but maybe 1/2 for a onetime shot and maybe a 1/5 for a recurring charge. The convenience of any iOS password manager is limited since, last I looked, Apple will not allow them to integrate with a browser. You have to know ahead of time you want to go to a particular website and launch from within the PM. At least with Firefox, once you've landed on a website needing credentials you don't have to leave the app, just go to options etc.

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    dalchina said:
    If you wished to continue to use Lastpass (I'm assuming you've found there's a problem with late editions of Firefox) you could use Waterfox instead. I have that, so I can continue to use 'legacy' add-ons without difficulty.
    No problem with LastPass here FF 61 and latest LastPass extension.

    How to get Last Pass passwords to Firefox?-2018-07-02_08h08_36.png

    What problems are you speaking of?
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  8. dalchina's Avatar
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    His post #4- and #6 indicate he's looking for a way to sync bookmarks between FF on iOS and FF on a PC, to avoid paying for Lastpass on iOS. At least I think that's it...
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  9. Posts : 240
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    Yes--passwords Out Last Pass/In Firefox by whatever means.
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  10. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    dalchina said:
    His post #4- and #6 indicate he's looking for a way to sync bookmarks between FF on iOS and FF on a PC, to avoid paying for Lastpass on iOS. At least I think that's it...
    Yes, I could see that. But you indicated there was a problem with LastPass and Firefox, and I was wondering why.
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