Everyone should be using a password manager of some type. It's not a question of "if", it's a question of “when” a site will get hacked, and you have to change your password. If you use the same password at every site, that's a huge problem – because that’s a lot of passwords to change, but even more, because now all of your accounts are exposed. If you have a different password for every site (as you should), the problem then is how to keep track of all those passwords. LastPass does it for you, and does it really well. In addition to providing the password management, it actually makes moving around the web easier and faster than if you only used a single, simple (insecure) password at every site. Once you’re set up, you will only have to remember one password – your LastPass master password, and then let LastPass fill in the username and password fields for you!