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Add LastPass app to the browsers list #476

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Eugene-Savenko opened this Issue Apr 20, 2016 · 7 comments

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Eugene-Savenko commented Apr 20, 2016

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lastpass.lpandroid

Please include LastPass as a browser for when you only filter browser traffic. Or add a way to define what apps are browsers.

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@evgeniy-ADG See #25 (comment) re:

Or add a way to define what apps are browsers.

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TPS commented Apr 23, 2016

@evgeniy-ADG See #25 (comment) re:

Or add a way to define what apps are browsers.

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Or add a way to define what apps are browsers.

Hehe, in this case anybody can define all their apps as browsers

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ameshkov commented Apr 24, 2016

Or add a way to define what apps are browsers.

Hehe, in this case anybody can define all their apps as browsers

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consider including the app to the filtered apps as a browser

Why?

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Revertron commented May 24, 2016

consider including the app to the filtered apps as a browser

Why?

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Much like #19 & #20, LastPass is designed as a custom browser shell over the OS's WebView component, because Android Chrome isn't extensible enough, so it acts as a full-fledged browser.

Even better answer:

The LastPass Android App has a fully functioning browser within the app.

from the official manual, so also like #199.

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TPS commented Jun 1, 2016

Much like #19 & #20, LastPass is designed as a custom browser shell over the OS's WebView component, because Android Chrome isn't extensible enough, so it acts as a full-fledged browser.

Even better answer:

The LastPass Android App has a fully functioning browser within the app.

from the official manual, so also like #199.

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@Revertron along with adding it to the browsers list we should find out which URLs are used for contacting LastPass servers and add these domains to the default https exclusions list.

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ameshkov commented Jun 3, 2016

@Revertron along with adding it to the browsers list we should find out which URLs are used for contacting LastPass servers and add these domains to the default https exclusions list.

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I see domains like lastpass.com and pollserver.lastpass.com.

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Revertron commented Jun 6, 2016

I see domains like lastpass.com and pollserver.lastpass.com.

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Added browser and domain.

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Revertron commented Jun 6, 2016

Added browser and domain.

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