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I've looked for this information but couldn't find it...
In Lastpass cloud, how much are our vault replicated?
Let's say that I have some very sensitive data (much more sensitive than some password which can be reset) that I wouldn't be able to recover in case of loss:
Is my vault replicated accross several continents?
What kind of disaster on your datacenters would it require for me to loose the data stored into my vault?
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I don't know the answer to your question, but there is a copy of the vault saved on any computer you have logged in to (unless you have turned off that feature). It would be quite something to lose all copies.
My guess is that you won't get an answer to your basic question in this forum. You could try submitting a support ticket to see if you get a response.
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Don't rely solely on LastPass servers to store your sensitive data.
Use Pocket to export an encrypted copy of your LastPass data, and save it on your computer, on your backup hard drive, on your online backup service, and on Google Drive / Dropbox etc.
The exported data has the same kind of encryption your LastPass vault normally has. You can just save it in as many places as you want.
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