LastPass Authenticator offers effortless two-factor authentication for your LastPass account and other supported apps. With one-tap verification and secure cloud backup, LastPass Authenticator gives you all the security, without any of the frustration. ADD MORE SECURITY Safeguard your LastPass account by requiring two-factor authentication codes when signing in. Two-factor authentication improves your digital security by protecting your account with an additional login step. Even if your password is compromised, your account can’t be accessed without the two-factor authentication code. You can even mark a device as “trusted”, so you won’t be prompted for codes on that device while your account remains protected by two-factor authentication. TURNING IT ON To turn on LastPass Authenticator for your LastPass account: 1. Download LastPass Authenticator to your mobile device. 2. Log in to LastPass on your computer and launch “Account Settings” from your vault. 3. In “Multifactor Options”, edit LastPass Authenticator and view the barcode. 4. Scan the barcode with the LastPass Authenticator app. 5. Set your preferences and save your changes. LastPass Authenticator can also be turned on for any service or app that supports Google Authenticator or TOTP-based two-factor authentication. LOGGING IN To login to your LastPass account or other supported vendor service: 1. Open the app to generate a 6-digit, 30-second code OR approve/deny an automated push notification 2. Alternatively, send SMS code 3. Enter the code into the login prompt on your device OR hit approve/deny request FEATURES - Generates 6-digit codes every 30 seconds - Push notifications for one-tap approval - Optional encrypted backup to restore your tokens on a new/reinstalled device - Support for SMS codes - Automated set-up via QR code - Support for LastPass accounts - Support for other TOTP-compatible services and apps (including any that support Google Authenticator) - Add multiple accounts
Sure, it allows a nice push button authentication for 2fa to LastPass but it doesn’t work right on the Apple Watch. I get a notification that lets me deny but not accept? Microsoft lets me do that, so does google, so does my employer’s 2fa vendor, Imprivada. Seriously, it needs to have functional pushes to the Apple Watch to be considered seriously.
For example my iPhone scanned a code on my iPad, it added it and backed up but my iPad doesn’t show the new addition. I’m forced to reinstall. Other than that it’s perfect imo
I’ve been using LP Authenticator for years now. It’s never done be wrong but what I’d really like to see is an app for my Apple Watch to show my rolling codes. That would be so handy. I’ve considered switching to a different auth app but I’m so deeply entangled into the LastPass web. Please bring this functionality!!
As of March 18 it stopped working. Please fix it
Easy to recover if you reset your phone or get a new one and it's simple to use.
It only seems to work properly if I remember to quit after each use. Otherwise I have to revert to manually entering passcode. Update: If they still haven’t fixed this bug, who knows what other bugs lie undiscovered? More serious ones?
This is my only Authenticator app, and I’ve tried many. I like that it backs up to my Lastpass account, so a lost or damaged phone won’t require me to set up the codes all over again. However, I don’t understand why the Lastpass app has Apple Watch support, but the Lastpass Authenticator app doesn’t. I don’t think I would ever want to look up a password on my watch. There are hundreds of websites with saved passwords, which makes it way too tedious. I would love to look up an authenticator code on my watch though. Most people don’t have that many accounts with Authenticator codes. Most people might have maybe a dozen auth codes. It would be simple to scroll through the list of codes with the watch crown, yet they haven’t done this.
Better than Google Authenticator. Overall, the app is perfect. The way it auto fills codes is just amazing. The design of the app could be nicer in my opinion, more rounded shapes instead of rectangles, but that’s nothing major to complain about.
I installed the app. I was given the option to restore from backup which I selected. It prompted me to open up the LastPass app. I signed into LastPass using TouchID and then it asked me to select an account to sign on. Why? I’m already logged on. App has clearly not been tested properly before releasing. Unable to use this app so uninstalled.
All the standard features such as tapping to copy, easy to setup, and backup enabled. Minus one star for not supporting Apple Watch.