Topic Entering master password with trojan safe on LastPass?

Donnieclark started the topic:
2017-10-17 10:06

Entering master password with trojan safe on LastPass?

I just installed LastPass. It required me to enter a master password on firefox itself, to set it up.
However, I don't know if my laptop has virus/trojans, even though I scanned it with malwarebytes and CCleaner.
Is it safe to enter the master password not knowing whether my laptop is infected? I read that the only way to be sure there are no trojans on the laptop is by going through task manager > background processes 1 by 1, which would take a whole day I think. Anyway, would it be safer to use Keepass in this case, knowing that it doesn't reuire a browser to enter the master password? (Although I read that Keepass is more vulnerable to hackers as the website doesn't have HTTPS or smthn). o rephrase it, with my limited PC knowledge I think that browsers are easier targeted by hackers and thus not making it safe to enter the master password on firefox.
Are my concerns legit? If so, any advice on this matter?

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

References:
https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/659876452948/entering-master-password-with-trojan-safe-on-lastpass/

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