How to Remove LastPass from Chrome?

LastPass is one of the most popular password managers. But after their recent security breach, you may want to LastPass and switch to a more secure alternative.

This guide will walk you through removing LastPass from all your devices and browsers, deleting your LastPass account, and finding a new open-source password manager you can trust.

Remove LastPass from Major Browsers

First, let's look at how to remove the LastPass browser extension from Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari.

Delete LastPass Extension from Google Chrome

  1. Click the 3-dot menu in the top right of Chrome. Select “More tools” then “Extensions”.
  2. In the Extensions page, find the LastPass extension. Click the “Remove” button below it.
  3. Confirm you want to remove LastPass when prompted.
  4. Restart the Chrome browser to fully remove LastPass.

Remove LastPass Add-on from Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click the 3-line “hamburger” menu in the top right of Firefox. Choose “Add-ons”.
  2. In the Add-ons Manager, find the LastPass extension. Click the gear icon next to it.
  3. Select “Remove” in the menu that pops up. Confirm the removal.
  4. Restart Firefox to complete the removal process.
Remove LastPass from Major Browsers
Remove LastPass from Major Browsers

Delete LastPass from Microsoft Edge

  1. Click the 3-dot menu in Edge. Go to “Extensions”.
  2. Locate LastPass in the list and click the 3-dot menu next to it.
  3. Choose “Remove from Microsoft Edge”. Confirm your selection.
  4. LastPass is now removed from Edge.

Uninstall LastPass App from Safari

  1. Open Finder and go to Applications.
  2. Drag the LastPass app icon to the Trash.
  3. Enter your admin password if prompted. LastPass is now removed from Safari and macOS.

Delete LastPass App from Mobile Devices

Removing LastPass from your iPhone, iPad, or Android device is also straightforward.

Remove LastPass from iOS

  1. Open the Home screen and lonl-press the LastPass app icon.
  2. Tap “Remove App” in the popup menu. Confirm by tapping “Delete”.

Uninstall LastPass from Android

  1. Open the Apps tray and long-press the LastPass app.
  2. Tap “Uninstall”. Confirm by tapping “OK”.
Delete LastPass App from Mobile Devices
Delete LastPass App from Mobile Devices

Delete Your LastPass User Account

Once LastPass is removed from all your devices, delete your LastPass account:

  1. Export your saved passwords from LastPass before deleting your account.
  2. Go to
  3. Click the “Delete Account” button.
  4. Enter your master password and click “Confirm Deletion”.

Your LastPass account is now permanently deleted.

Find a More Secure, Open Source Alternative

With LastPass removed, you need a new password manager. Look for one that is open source, end-to-end encrypted, and zero-knowledge:

  1. Open source means anyone can audit the code for security issues.
  2. End-to-end encryption keeps your data safe even if hacked.
  3. Zero-knowledge means the company has no access to your passwords.

Here are some top alternatives to consider:


Bitwarden is a popular open-source option with robust encryption and zero-knowledge security. It offers a free tier with unlimited password storage. Bitwarden supports all major platforms and browsers.


KeePassXC is a free, open-source manager that stores encrypted passwords locally on your device. You control the database file, so no company has access to your passwords. It offers very strong security but lacks cloud syncing features.


Enpass is an affordable option ($10/year) with open-source apps and encryption. It gives you control over syncing your encrypted database via cloud drives. Enpass is highly secure and works across all devices.

Proton Password Manager

Proton Password Manager comes from Proton Mail, a privacy-focused company. It uses end-to-end encryption and a zero-knowledge design. Proton Password Manager seamlessly integrates with Proton Mail for added security.

Take Control of Your Passwords

Removing LastPass allows you to reassess your password security. Look for a transparent manager, who uses encryption properly, and puts you in control. With a more secure open-source solution, you can safely store passwords again.