Yesterday, thanks to
I have installed WRA-C and activated my Online Account with success:D
One of my devices is an old "Centrino" Notebook and after uninstalling my previous free AV and installing WRA-C, I was very pleased to see that it had given a new lease of life to my old machine :D
Thanks for this amazing product !
Best answer by shorTcircuiT
The best answer to that which I can give is that I am not familiar with any complaints about the system itself being hacked exposing passwords.
Another important question for me is about Lastpass.
I didn't start to use Lastpass because I'm a bit afraid because I don't know if this feature provides 100% security?
Is it as secure as my brain to keep my passwords safe from prying?
It would strongly reccomend that that most users use the feature to generate the passwords instead of picking your own. It creates them with far harder to crack formats than most people create on thier own.
In the event that a key logging program was missed by your AV solutions, LastPass does fill in your passwords without use of the keyboard, defeating key loggers. The passwords are strongly encrypted.
The one thing to be very carefull about is if you export the password file to a csv file. That is NOT encrypted and would result in the passwords being insecure should the computer have malware on it.