How do I import Wi-Fi passwords into LastPass?

LastPass has the ability to import Wi-Fi passwords into your LastPass vault.

Restriction: Importing Wi-Fi passwords into your Vault on macOS is not currently supported.

Using the Import Passwords feature for Windows

You can import your Wi-Fi passwords into your LastPass vault by running the LastPass Universal Installer for Windows, then running a separate Import Passwords feature (which is included in the installer).

Before you begin: In order to proceed, you must have administrative privileges on your machine.
  1. Navigate to the LastPass Downloads page at
  2. Locate the LastPass Universal Windows Installer, then click Download.
  3. Save then run the LastPassInstaller.exe file.
  4. Optional: Select only the web browsers for which you want to install the LastPass web browser extension.
  5. Click Install.

    Result: The browsers you selected will open and now display an inactive LastPass icon in your web browser toolbars.

  6. Click Close when installation is complete.
  7. On your Windows machine, search for the Import Passwords application, then run it.
  8. Select Log In to Existing Account.
  9. Enter your email address and Master Password, then click Log In.

    Result: LastPass gathers all of your insecurely stored passwords on your computer.

  10. The next screen displays the following:
    • Source (web browser and/or Wi-Fi)
    • Website (URL of site and/or Secure Note for Wi-Fi)
    • Username (username for a website or Wi-Fi network name)
    • Password

  11. Choose from the following options:
    • Click Import to import all data displayed (recommended)
    • Hold the CTRL key and select the data you want to import, then click Import
  12. Click OK on the confirmation message.
Your Wi-Fi passwords are imported successfully into your LastPass vault. Successful import confirmation screen

How do I import my Wi-Fi passwords using the LastPass web browser extension for Internet Explorer?

  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. Click the inactive LastPass icon inactive LastPass icon.
  3. Enter your email address and master password, then click Log In.

    Result: You are now logged in to the LastPass web browser extension for Internet Explorer.

  4. Click the active LastPass icon active LastPass icon in your toolbar.
  5. Go to Tools > Import From > Wi-Fi Passwords.
  6. If prompted with a message that the LastPass Wi-Fi utility must be installed, click OK, then download and run the installer. Otherwise, click Import when prompted.
Your Wi-Fi passwords have now been imported into your LastPass vault.