Import from LastPass
Instructions on how to transfer records from LastPass to Keeper
Keeper supports multiple methods of importing your vault records from LastPass, both manual and automatic.

Option 1: LastPass Automated Transfer

The Keeper Desktop application provides automatic transfer of your LastPass vault to Keeper. Features included (as of version 16.4.0):
  • Transfer of all passwords
  • Transfer of Folders
  • Transfer of Shared Folders
  • Transfer of Templates and Custom Fields to Keeper Record Types
(1) Download Keeper Desktop from: https://keepersecurity.com/download
(2) Login to Keeper Desktop using your email and master password.
(3) Click on your account email in the upper right-hand corner.
(4) Click Settings > Import.
(5) Choose LastPass.
(6) Input your LastPass Email and Password and click Next.
(7) Review the import and map fields if needed.
(8) If you intend to share all first level folders, check the box Import Root Level Folders as Shared. By selecting this option, all first level folders will become shared.
(9) Click Import.
LastPass Automated Transfer to Keeper

Option 2 - Keeper Commander

Keeper supports automatic import of your LastPass vault using Keeper Commander, our CLI tool.
The Keeper Commander LastPass import feature supports:
  • Transfer of all Passwords
  • Transfer of Folders
  • Transfer of Shared Folders
  • Transfer of Shared Folder permissions (users and teams)
  • Transfer of Templates and Custom Fields to Keeper Record Types
  • Transfer of Record File Attachments
To learn more, click here:

Option 3 - Manual .CSV File Export from LastPass to Keeper

If the automated methods are not available to you, follow the below instructions.
(1) Log into the LastPass vault at https://lastpass.com/?ac=1 with your username and master password. Or, from the LastPass Browser Extension click on the LastPass Extension Icon > Open My Vault.
(2) On the left-hand side, navigate to More Options > Advanced > Export.
Manual .CSV Export
(3) Enter your LastPass password to complete the export.
(4). Depending if your LastPass Extension includes the Binary Component... With Binary Component: Enter a file name for your export, then click Save to save the CSV export file. Without Binary Component: Your exported data will be displayed on a webpage.
LastPass Export
Copy-paste the information from the screen into a text editor and save the file as .csv.
PC Users: Copy and paste the plain text output into Notepad.exe or any other text editor. Change the encoding to "Unicode" and save as .csv file. Mac Users: Copy and paste the plain text output into TextEdit or any other text editor. On TextEdit select Format > Make Plain Text. Then save the file as a “.csv” plain text file with Unicode encoding.
(5) Log into your web Vault at https://keepersecurity.com/vault/
(6) Click on your account email in the upper right-hand corner.
(7) Click Settings > Import.
(8) Choose LastPass from the list.
(9) Drag the exported file into the target window "Drop a File Here".
(10) Use the drop-down menu in each column to map to a Keeper field.
(11) If you intend to share all first level folders, check the box Import Root Level Folders as Shared. By selecting this option, all first level folders will become shared.
If you only wish to share some of the folders, you will need to split the CSV file into two separate files prior to importing each accordingly.
(12) Click Import.