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For years now I've been using Password Safe.

Been doing the job and no complaints.
Used to its nuances.

Log Me In Two Factor Authentication is changing from a Log ME In App to Last Pass and I have no experience.

I also know LP is going to start to be deployed internally, but not there yet.

They (Log Me In) mention that if you use the Google Authenticator that LP will do it as well, but I'm a paranoid git and keep my Google TFA engine away from everything other than my personal account. I like the idea of protecting one account with TFA and putting my security inside that security perimeter.

So how well does Last Pass work?
Can I have many vaults?
Is it going to try to borg my Google TFA?



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I use Authy for tfa on both Google as LP. One vault though but it should be enough. Keep in mind that LP is primarily for authentication on Web sites and not other dusters.
You can import password safe into LP

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LP has it's quirks but I've been using it a year or so and I'm reasonably happy with it.
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I am personally using Last Pass for my private stuff, and use the Chrome extension for that, I use a physical Yubikey token for security for that account... I have considered switching though, after they have been bought by LogMeIn)

For work we are running PasswordState, which is actually running quite well, it does all sorts of automatic password changes/rolling, and all the extensions are made in PowerShell, so it is easy to extend. Plus there is a good PowerShell module to interact with it, to get/set passwords via an API. 

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