In the Passwords list with risks, there is a link to go to that site and log in. While there would be a great benefit if there was a script that checked the site automatically, which could present problems, it would be as good to have the option to delete the link and the password if desired. Especially useful for old log ins.
I was going to suggest the same thing. I started reviewing my passwords in the Security Dashboard. I've been using LastPass for many years and I found that I had close to 1000 passwords stored in it. As I'm going through Security Dashboard, I know that there is a bunch of websites that I'll never visit again. It would be much easier to delete them from the dashboard.
I was about to post something similar and since this is related I will post my thoughts in this thread:
Currently, the security dashboard lists every login/password which is 'at risk'. This feature is very helpful, however it would be even better if it were a bit more customizable. For example, there are some logins that are flagged as duplicates, simply because they login to two different parts of a particular website from the same company. So, since the URLs are different, two vault entries are needed, even though only one login exists as there is only one account. Having the ability to go through the at risk list and select and hide/dismiss those which actually aren't at risk to reduce the length of the list and allow the focus to be on those which are would make this tool far more user friendly.
Thanks in advance for your help and consideration.
Yes, need this asap. I have been using LP for years and have a lot of entries, which makes the dashboard useless since I cannot:
1. Update old passwords to new ones if already changed (edit), and
2. Delete old entries.
As is, I'm not finding it useful at all.
I have 100s of old passwords that I would love to delete. Please give us a delete button in the Security Check-up, and/or provide checkboxes and the option to: Delete Checked Items; Move Checked Items To Folder or Identity.
I would love to get rid of those old logins. Currently, it's too big a pain to do it.
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