I disabled Passwrold alerts in my Account settings but I am still getting notifications about weak passwords or reused passwords. I want this to stop completely it is very annoying. Please help!
same issue for me. I really wish the LP devs would fix all the broken crap. I pay for two premium accounts and the product is OK, but could be better if they would just fix the annoying issues like the one we are describing here. Im starting to look hard at other options.
Yes, I am 110 percent sure I have mine disabled and as a added measure, I went and enabled it and then disabled it again. I have already did the clearing of the cache/cookies several times. None of them have resolved the issue.
To prevent LastPass from notifying you about reused passwords and weak password concerns, you can adjust your settings within the LastPass application. Start by opening LastPass and logging in with your master password. Access your account settings, which are typically found in the "Security" or "Password Options" section, although the exact location may vary depending on your LastPass version and platform. Within this section, you should be able to modify your password security notifications. To stop these specific notifications, you can typically disable or customize these settings according to your preferences. Be cautious when making these changes, as it's crucial to maintain strong password practices for your online accounts. Only disable such notifications if you have alternative methods in place to ensure your password security. Remember that maintaining strong, unique passwords is essential for safeguarding your online accounts.
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The functionality to disable reused password alerts is BROKEN for many people using Chrome on Windows. The toggle setting in advanced settings does NOTHING... assuming you can even get the vault to actually load properly. The vault UI and it's underlying processes are completely broken.
As is often the case, you can resolve this issue by clearing Lastpass's local data/cache. I was having the same issue, and this did the trick.