Particularly in business usage we sometimes need to manage dozens, if not hundreds, of different credentials, each of which with its own expiry timeframes (some 15 days, some 30, 45, 60, 90 days, etc).
This makes it extremely difficult to manage credentials expiration, so it would be a great addition to LastPass a field, when adding or editing a credential, where we could set the expiry timeframe for each password.
This should then trigger an alert (perhaps 7 days, then 3 days, then 1 day before expiring) to remind the user to renew said password before it expires.
For business environment (but also for personal use) it would greatly help the users to keep their multiple credentials valid and active.
this feature would be very helpfull, especially, if you manage certificates or passords that are set to expire at a given time
It would be great to have someone from LastPass actually commenting on these proposals and feedback if the ideas are potentially being analyzed for a possible implementation, would love to know if this idea is even worth LastPass attention...
Also on this suggestion applies the same as remarked in other suggestions as stated below (URL + kudoes received); all contain feature suggestions related to the ability to set password expiration (dates) and alerting:
I agree with the poster above that "It would be great to have someone from LastPass actually commenting on these proposals and feedback if the ideas are potentially being analyzed for a possible implementation". The need is obviously there, so when can we expect this feature to be implemented?
In the mean time let's kudo those suggestions.
I like this idea. It would also be great if we had a Last Changed Date column on the Security Dashboard \ Password Security page. This way you could sort all of the password by Last Changed date. Also it would be nice to be able to have a "Risk" added to the same page that you could set a Last Change Date by. IE Let the end user pick a time frame, say 1 year or 6 months, and when a Last Changed Date goes past the defined time, it becomes a "Risk".
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