Use Passwords as Security Question Answers
When websites ask you for Security Questions, they are typically very easy to guess. Instead of trying to guess your passwords, an attacker may instead answer your Security Questions correctly, and create their own password! Prevent this from happening by using randomly generated passwords as your Security Question Answers. In LastPass, you can create a Secure Note with the Questions and Answers.
Type Password into User Name
It can sometimes be extremely difficult to type passwords (especially complex ones!) into a touchscreen device. While some newer interfaces are beginning to offer a “Show Password” checkbox, this is far too infrequent to rely on. In the event you don’t have the luxury of LastPass Premium, try typing your password into the User Name filed to make sure it looks correct. In some cases, you may even want to type it into the User Name box on your most familiar standard keyboard. Beware of peeping toms and key-logging devices (sometimes look like flash drives and/or wireless receivers!)