So Samsung Galaxy S5 users can now access all of their passwords saved in LastPass, the multi-platform password management service which saves passwords in a protected online vault to automatically log users into sites, with just the swipe of a finger. LastPass released an update to the app on Wednesday that allows the Galaxy S5 fingerprint sensor access the user’s cache of passwords instead of the user typing out the master password manually.


Furthermore, by using a fingerprint, users can now bypass the prompt to type in their password or PIN to access any app or site via the smartphone.

Fingerprint access? Because nothing can go wrong.


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Odunayo Eweniyi Author

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