He highlighted the recent large-scale password stealing headlines pointing out that average users are highly vulnerable and effused that everyone should take steps to protect themselves.
From the article:
LastPass fills in your username and password for verified sites that match a real URL; phishing scams that use similar but fake Web addresses won't deceive it. And because you don't type your password, keylogger malware can't capture your keystrokes and nab your password.The full article can be found here:
Keep Your Passwords Private--and Handy--With LastPass