The latest update to our favourite password-storing and syncing tool LastPass allows you to import and export your Wi-Fi passwords and store them as a secure note in the software. Normally your Wi-Fi passwords are only stored on your computer, but if you want to sync them between machines, or be able to look them up from any internet-connected device, you’ll now be able to do that.
LastPass won’t pull your Wi-Fi passwords automatically and requires you to import them for storage. You can learn how this works from this LastPass help desk article. LastPass can, of course, also export your Wi-Fi passwords as well.
The update also brings the usual security and performance enhancements, along with a number of other minor features. You can find the full list on the LastPass blog.