helps you identify weak and duplicate passwords as you're logging into your sites, notifying you immediately so you know you should update that account.
If you haven't gone through the process before, it's a few simple steps. Let's say you want to update your Gmail password. After logging in to the Gmail account, you can navigate to the site's account settings page, where you should see a "change password" option. In most cases, LastPass will recognize that there's a "new password" field, and will prompt you with the "generate" notification, which will allow you to generate a new password.
With the changes submitted for the account, LastPass should show a notification asking you to "confirm" the change, or to "save" the change as a new site entry. Choosing "confirm" will allow LastPass to replace the old password with the new, generated password in the site entry in your vault.
As you start registering for new sites, LastPass will also show a generate notification, so you'll have unique, strong passwords for all of your accounts moving forward.
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