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RustyD
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Vault security

I've just started using Last Pass. If I have it open on my PC (i work from home on my own), can anyone still access the logins/passwords remotely by hacking into my pc? If so, then does that mean LastPass vault is only secure when you are logged out?  Only ask because it might be a coincidence but my husbands business credit card has been hacked and we were notified today and this has never happened in like over 10 years. Normally personal credit cards but never his business one. Just want to know how secure the vault is while it is open.

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GlennD
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Re: Vault security

Hi @RustyD 

 

Please review this support article: How is LastPass safe?  

 

Your data is not really sitting there decrypted while you are signed into LastPass, but if you are concerned about the security of your computer you can always enable additional features like Require a Master Password Re-prompt

 

Glenn is a member of the GoTo Community Care Team.

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GlennD
GoTo Manager

Re: Vault security

Hi @RustyD 

 

Please review this support article: How is LastPass safe?  

 

Your data is not really sitting there decrypted while you are signed into LastPass, but if you are concerned about the security of your computer you can always enable additional features like Require a Master Password Re-prompt

 

Glenn is a member of the GoTo Community Care Team.

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