A way to find duplicate passwords in Security Score

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A way to find duplicate passwords in Security Score

A way to find duplicate passwords in Security Score

I think a way to find and remove duplicates would be a great enhancement.

Respected Contributor

There already is a duplicate checker feature.


LastPass Icon > Open My Vault > Account Settings (Left hand column of vault) > Show advanced settings > Remove Duplicates (under tools)


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Active Contributor

The Remove Duplicates feature only removes duplicates of the site:user:password combination.  I'm not sure what the original poster meant, but it would be nice to be able to get a list of sites that are using the same password across sites.  Right now LastPass gives a warning that a password is duplicated but I'm not sure if there's an easy way to identify what it is a duplicate of without dumping the full password list into a text file and sorting it in Excel or something.


This feature was in the old "Security Challenge". It is still accessible on mobile (at least on Android, can't confirm for iOS) under security -> security challenge. Then click show me my detailed results. I usually have that open next to my computer when I do the cleanup.

Active Contributor

IOS definitely does NOT include Shared passwords in the mobile Security Challenge.

Retired GoTo Contributor



Thanks for the feedback. I've passed this idea along to our development team for consideration in adding to future updates to the Security Score area of the Security Dashboard. You can still view the Detailed Results as described above on iOS as well as Android, to view these details on the iOS app you would tap Security > Security Challenge > Start the Challenge > Details in the top right corner.

New Member

Yes but it only allows 7 for me. Is this a paid feature, I have the family account manager for lastpass

New Member

This used to be available when I was using the free version.  Now that I pay for it, it seems they dumbed it down!  How about putting that back in!


There's a good reason for finding out where the duplicates are.  Many times, the duplicate may just be a duplicate entry for the same site.  If I could sort on that property, I could eliminate the duplicate account.