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LastPass Enrollment is Currently Disabled

After recent announcements from LastPass regarding the breach of encrypted customer password vaults, Library and Technology Services has suspended new Lehigh LastPass enrollment effective January 3rd, 2023. Enrollment will be suspended while LTS collects additional information about the breach and reevaluates our relationship with LastPass. Additional information will be distributed by Email and posted to the LTS website.

LastPass Notification


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What is LastPass?

LastPass is a password manager. Password managers store your usernames and passwords for your online accounts in an encrypted vault that you can access across your devices. Logging into LastPass allows you to easily access, save, and update your passwords - and the only password you have to remember is the master password for your LastPass account.

Why you should use LastPass password manager

Password managers:

  • generate strong passwords that a human would be unlikely to guess.
  • store several passwords (and responses to security questions) safely.
  • protect all of your passwords with a single master password


Get Started

Lehigh University has partnered with LastPass to supply complimentary password management accounts to all students, faculty, and staff. Choose your group to immediately enroll, or select Get Started Guide and LastPass Tutorials to explore setup instructions and features before you enroll.

Get Training

LTS offers a number of LastPass and Duo security training sessions throughout the year. Register below for our upcoming Better security with Duo and Lastpass seminars!

Password reuse is the biggest threat to your accounts. A password manager like LastPass lets you use a unique password for all your accounts AND log in effortlessly.
Eric Zematis, Lehigh University Chief Information Security Officer