Archive for April 9th, 2012
This explains a fairly simple way to migrate your LastPass data to 1Password using Windows.
First, open your LastPass vault by going to https://lastpass.com and logging in.
Next, under the Actions column on the left, click Export.
For the next part, you’ll have to save the decrypted data to a CSV file. I was using Chrome when I did this, but I’m certain the instructions for any other browser aren’t too much more difficult.
When your decrypted LastPass vault data appears, click the wrench icon and choose ‘Save Page As…‘
In the file prompt that appears, name the file something you can remember and give it an extension of .CSV. For example, lastpass.csv
NOTE: Your exported CSV contains ALL your LastPass vault data in PLAIN TEXT.
Now, open 1Password and import your LastPass data as follows:
From within 1Password, select File > Import and select the CSV file you just exported from LastPass.
On the Select Columns screen, map the fields as follows:
- Title -> name
- username -> username
- password -> password
- location -> url
- description -> extra
Click OK, then click “Yes to all” on the next screen.
After a few moments your password data should be loaded into 1Password.
Note: Your LastPass secure notes will import with ‘sn’ in the location field.