Setup Two Step Verification on LastPass
Edited by Djinu, Alexander Avdeev, Eng, John Dobbie
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show how to set up LastPass and Google Authenticator to enable two-step password verification for your LastPass account.
Let's click "LOG IN" to log into LastPass.
We enter our email address and password.
From the main menu, we click "Account Settings".
We click "Multifactor Options".
We click the edit icon for Google Authenticator.
We click the drop-down menu in "Enabled".
We click "Yes" to enable Google Authenticator.
We click "View" next to "Barcode".
We will be prompted for the password one more time. We enter it and press "Enter". We will get a barcode that we can scan with our phone.
To scan a barcode, we will need to add an account to Google Authenticator on the phone. We tap on the plus on the top of the screen.
We tap on "Scan barcode". We will need to scan the barcode with the phone. It will show our LastPass account and password.
On the computer, we click "OK".
We enter our LastPass password.
Now, we enter the LastPass password from Google Authenticator. It is 387936 in this video.
We click "OK". The pop-up window will inform us, "Settings have been successfully updated".
To see that the two-step verification is working, we'll open a private browsing tab.
We log in with our email address and private password. We will be asked to authenticate using Google Authenticator.
We enter the current number for LastPass. The number is 066033 in this video.
We click "Authenticate". We will access our account.
This was how to set up two-step authentication using LastPass and Google Authenticator. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the space below. Thanks for watching VisiHow!
Video: Setup Two Step Verification on LastPass
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Recent edits by: Eng, Alexander Avdeev, Djinu