In the spirit of "Trust no one" (TNO) the paid users of Lastpass ought to expect, and receive the delivery, that the extremely important data they trust to this technology will always be Confidential, Integrity assured, and Available (CIA) to them and only them whenever it is required to the maximum degree possible. There are no absolute guarantees in the physical world, or cyber worlds for that matter. However, the risk of failed attempts at guarantees can be incrementally, and sometimes exponentially, reduced by layers of backup systems and alternate access methods. An extreme example of that could be exporting all the digital vault data to a text file that's printed and stored in a physical bank safe deposit box. No one wants to do that, but most would likely prefer having the capability of an OFFLINE database of the vault that could be moved to a more secure (CIA) location, copied many times to diverse media, and ultimately maintain total control over it's contents. I believe that Lastpass practiced the TNO philosophy from the start, at least in the near decade I have been a subscriber. While I probably paid less attention to that attribute in the recent years, it troubles me that some of that attitude may have eroded away. Indicators of this might be the lack of attention and support given to Pocket.exe, potential corporate shifting of priorities through M&A activity, and consumer products getting less attention than corporate clients over time. I am merely speculating on this, and hope that I'm totally wrong. The immediate future time frame (a month or two at the max) will probably shine some light on my theory whether Lastpass believes in TNO today as much as I do and fixes this current Offline Access deficiency. If not the A in CIA will be damaged a great deal and TNO will be as well.