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Stepping Away from LastPass: A Guide to help you Find an Alternative and Migrate Your Data

LastPass has been a popular choice for password management for many years, but as there is rising concern around their security, it may be time to step away and explore alternative options. Whether you’re looking for more features, better security, or simply a change of pace, there are plenty of alternatives to LastPass that are worth considering. Today we focus on migrating your data from Lastpass to Hypervault.

As you are probably a long-time user of LastPass, your dashboard may be cluttered with unused accounts. This is a perfect opportunity to clean ship and streamline your password management. And don’t worry, it won’t take as long as you think.

Migration template

To make the migration process as easy as possible, we’ve created a migration template that you can use to export your usernames, passwords, and URLs from LastPass. This template is available for download here and in the Hypervault application.

Once you’ve exported your data from Lastpass, it’s important to only import the information that matters. Take the time to review your accounts and delete any that are no longer in use. This will not only make your new password manager more manageable but also keep your data more secure.

Hypervault is a powerful password management tool that offers a variety of features to help you keep your accounts secure. One of the most useful features is the import tool for CSV’s. This tool allows you to easily transfer your data from other password managers, such as your data from LastPass, into Hypervault. The process is simple and straightforward, and it only takes a few moments to complete. To get started, you can check out our knowledge base article that will guide you through the process step by step. With the import tool, you can be sure that all your usernames and passwords are transferred correctly.

Organizing your credentials

When setting up Hypervault as your new password manager, make sure to create an easy-to-understand folder structure. This will make it easier for you to find what you need and keep your accounts organized. Don’t forget to invite your co-workers to your workspace. This will ensure that everyone is on the same page and can access the information they need.

After the migration of your website credentials and user logins, it’s time to take on a broader view of your confidential data. Most businesses have a lot more sensitive information than just credentials from websites. Hypervault can store any of these files or attributes, meaning that your password manager can become your company’s digital vault in no time.

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