You can always export a non-encrypted backup to a TrueCrypt folder..
Nice Idea, but who will remember the password of Truecrypt file
i save those passwords here
JoeSiegrist Wrote:If you maintain normal backups you're in great shape: the extensions in IE/Firefox/Safari/Chrome on every platform can read the encrypted offline backup file -- you can simply restore that file if necessary. The need for this is quite low as we have 30 days of undelete for deleted sites, username and password history (so you can see old usernames/passwords), and you have copies of your data, encrypted, in quite a few places: On LastPass servers, on every PC and mobile device you use, LastPass has a 1 day delayed backup server, and keeps it's own backups.
Joe I didn't got u...... u meant if in case I accidentally delete the ID and password. But I mean if somebody get password to my lastpass account itself from my PC using keyloggers or anything... and I should have whole backup of passwords and that too in an encrypted file. Cause after lastpass I really don't remember my passwords. I just want to know how to restore that file?