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When we wrote our guide to choosing and using a password manager, we made LastPass our top pick. The free version of the software is easy to use, and offers features that rivals make you pay for. But for premium users who need more functionality, LastPass made itself a little less attractive today by doubling its prices.

LastPass Premium used to cost $1 a month, and has now been upped to $2, with some small changes to functionality. Premium users used to be able to share unlimited items through a Dropbox-like folder, but this has apparently been dropped in favor of a vague feature that allows “one-to-many sharing.”

Current Premium users will keep the shared folder feature, but will be changed to the $2 a month price plan without…

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