Taijutsu Wrote:+1 on this feature.
Have it work just like the mobile. The expectation are the same and actually you could make the case that a laptop is more vulnerable than a phone. A modern phone will implement file encryption and be able to safely secure the device. A laptop is generally not encrypted, mileage varies, but generally not.
A phone you generally keep in your pocket where a laptop you are more likely to step away and leave open. I know you could argue lock screen but physical access to a computer could be compromised more easily.
I would say this is my #1 feature request because I can see how easily my stuff could be leaked out.
paultparker Wrote:Long-time Premium user here. I have to say this is the first thing that has made me seriously consider leaving LastPass. Since there is no PIN option and my master password is far too long and complex to type all the time, I have to leave some computers with LastPass simply permanently enabled. Is that really more secure?? I rather don't think so. Or I guess I could downgrade the strength of my master password. Also a significant security loss.
It is well-established that security that is not usable is not security at all. Users will simply not use it. For example, by never logging out.
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