I'm afraid that my "fix" for this issue was to (finally) abandon LastPass altogether. For the last year, I have been very nervous about the Aug 2022 breach of LastPass vaults and it seems to me that it is only a matter of time before a brute force attack cracks the vault and then it is game over.
So, I switched to a competing password manager, migrated all my passwords, and changed the most critical ones. Yes, it was painful. And I hold LastPass fully responsible for that. Had they kept our vaults secure, there would be no need to update the 500+ passwords and other data I keep in my vault. As nice as it may be that they are "doing better" - it does not help those of us who are legacy customers and entrusted LastPass with literally our most sensitive data. For me, it is one strike-and-you're-out on something like that.
The migration took about 5 minutes. The process of updating all my passwords and security challenge questions was excruciating and took the better part of 3 days. I switched to MFA where possible instead of security challenge questions and when a security challenge question was unavoidable, I used random character/numbers rather than something that can be socially hacked - like a birthdate or middle name or whatever.
Frankly, if I had stayed with LastPass I would have had to do this anyway - so if my vault from Aug 2022 was every cracked, none of the passwords therein would still be valid. the extra effort to switch to a different platform was literally just minutes. The real burden was changing passwords - not switching platforms.
The tipping point for me came with the iOS problems. When LastPass became unusable on my iPad, there were just too many reasons to switch at that point - so I did. It might have been a blessing in disguise. I have known for one year that I should go into my vault and change my passwords, so this became the forcing function to do that. In exchange for the pain of that effort, I was just not going to reward LastPass with ongoing business.
I went with 1Password. Bitwarden also gets high reviews, but may not have as many user conveniences.
I work in the industrial automation security sector and talked with some of my colleagues about what they were using for their personal needs. Those were the two that came up most frequently, and the ones that seem to be the most highly recommended from the various pundit publications like PC Mag, CNET, etc.
The 1Password app actually has warnings when you import your vault. It tells you which passwords were imported, and then points out that LastPass had a breach, prompting you to either update your password or ignore and accept the risks. The importer was actually set up specifically to ingest a LastPass vault file so it was very painless and as best I can tell, everything came across - including notes and other details I often attach to my passwords, etc.
Same problem here.
Phone no problem, but iPads don't work: have to select couple of times with password, and then -very slowly- the normal popup shows and the iPad seems to freeze (even more slow)
Same issue here....no problems with iPhone 14, Pixel 6 Pro, MacBook Pro M1, early 2015 MacBook Air. But my 2017 iPad Pro? I basically use LastPass on my iPhone to get logins for my iPad. I can't get LastPass to work and I did all the things mentioned here as well. Super frustrating!