HELP FILE

Log on to Sites Using LastPass

Once you have installed and logged in to the LastPass web browser extension, you can automatically log in to sites with autofilled credentials, or you can manually select a username and password you have stored in your Vault.

Using the LastPass web browser extension

  1. In your web browser toolbar, click the inactive LastPass icon .
  2. Enter your username and your LastPass Master Password, then click Log In.
  3. If prompted, complete steps for Multifactor Authentication (if it is enabled on your account).

  4. Click the LastPass icon , then use the Search field to locate your desired site.
  5. Click on the site entry or click the Launch icon to automatically launch and log in to your site.

Using the LastPass Field icon

  1. In your web browser toolbar, click the inactive LastPass icon .
  2. Enter your username and Master Password, then click Log In.
  3. If prompted, complete steps for Multifactor Authentication (if it is enabled on your account).

  4. In your web browser, navigate to your desired site.
  5. Click the LastPass Infield icon within the username or password field, then select your desired set of login credentials.
    Note: The number displayed within the LastPass Infield icon will indicate the amount of stored username and password sets that match with the site you are visiting.
  6. Once LastPass has filled in your username and password, proceed to log in to the site.

From within the LastPass Vault

  1. Log in to LastPass and access your Vault by doing either of the following:
    • Go to https://lastpass.com/?ac=1 and log in with your username and Master Password.
    • In your web browser toolbar, click the LastPass icon LastPass then click Open My Vault.
  2. Locate your desired site within your Vault, then click Launch to log in using the credentials autofilled by LastPass.

Manually log in to sites

If you have navigated to a site that is not secure (HTTP), or have disabled autofill, or just want to select a different set of credentials for matching sites, you can log in to sites manually.

  • Navigate to your desired site. If LastPass detects that the site is not secure (using HTTP instead of HTTPS), your login data will not autofill when the page loads. Click the LastPass Infield icon within the username or password field and select your desired credentials.
    Note: The number displayed within the LastPass Infield icon will indicate the amount of stored username and password sets that match with the site you are visiting.
  • Navigate to your desired site, then click the LastPass web browser extension icon then hover over your desired credentials and select Fill. Proceed to log in to the site.

Are you encountering a warning that the login form is insecure?

LastPass does not support the use of autofill on HTTP sites on initial page load, only HTTPS sites support autofill when the page is loaded.