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The dashboard lists passwords that are old. The only optio on that page is to "Change Password". A dropdown menu would be great to allow "Delete" that site, instead of having to go back to the vault after making a paper list of the offending sites.
This would be useful for sites that no longer work as well.
I concur with this suggestion.
The Security Dashboard has a nice viewpoint at all your passwords that require attention. Let's just provide proper options to manage them.. either delete or edit them, not only the 'change password' which essentially spawns a new tab to go to the website.
So basically, security dashboard should, in my opinion, provide a proper interface to manage the passwords that already need attention, one way or another
Having used Lastpass for about a decade I had a lot of offending sites in last pass to accounts that where probably deleted a very long time ago. Given there was no link from the Security Dashboard to the edit page it required a lot of back and forward. So atleast I have reduced my list of offending sites so now I can concentrate on the sites I am actually using now and not 6 years ago.
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