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How do I delete login history?

Answer

  1. Now Press ALT on your keyboard to show the menu bar.
  2. In the menu bar, click History>Clear Recent History.
  3. In the Clear Recent History window, 
  4. Select “Everything” next to Time Range To Clear.
  5. Then Click “Details” if the expanded view is not shown.
  6. And Uncheck everything except for Form & Search History.

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To delete login history, select the menu item Settings > General > Advanced settings and then tap on Delete Login History. This will clear all your login details stored by LastPass.

What is my saved password strength?

We don’t use a single algorithm to determine password strength instead we look at complexity and entropy. This is a more accurate method for measuring how strong a password is because it factors in the length of the password, uppercase letters, lowercase letters, symbols and numbers

What do you mean by “Saved Form Fill Profiles”?

Downloaded Form Fill Profiles are files that store your login information for a particular site.

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If you click Add Fill Profile, you will be prompted to give the fill profile a name and description, then enter your Username and Password for the web application in question. Once this is complete, LastPass can auto-fill those forms for you in future. You can create multiple form fill profiles for different websites/profiles based on what information needs to be stored or how much of it there is. Newer versions also allow you to encrypt these passwords with a strong master password so that nobody else can read them if they discover them within LastPass. This option changes where the encrypted version of the fills are stored (not locally).

How do I edit downloaded Form Fill Profiles?

To edit a downloaded Form Fill profile, select the menu item Edit Form Fill Profiles, then choose the fill profile you wish to edit.

How long is LastPass encrypted for?

LastPass encrypts your data (including both website passwords and local authentication vectors such as your Master Password) using 256-bit AES encryption , which is considered unbreakable . If you need to change your Master Password, we encourage you to change it immediately after signing in on a new computer. You may also use either the Emergency Access option or our Security Challenge Tool so that trusted individuals can access your vault in case of emergency. However, you should keep in mind that if your computer is compromised, those avenues may not be secure either.

If you suspect your device has been compromised, please see the FAQ titled “What do I do if someone gets access to my account or data from my LastPass Account?” for more information about what steps we recommend and why. Please also read our article on Computer Security which can aid you in safeguarding your other accounts.

How often does LastPass update its master encryption key?

We have had 3 successful updates of the master encryption since launch in June 2008 – each time taking into consideration security around different attack vectors and threats. We are constantly evaluating the security strength needed to protect our customers and strive to make sure that LastPass is as secure as possible.

The single master key, which we use for encryption at rest, is derived from a password of your choosing combined with a RSA 2048 bit private key. This derivation does not require the master password itself. We believe that this provides adequate protection without compromising ease of use in any way.

What are some ways I can further increase my security?

Remember: if you don’t think your data is safe, it probably isn’t! Here’s some helpful suggestions for safeguarding yourself and your passwords:

If it is determined that you are at risk and need assistance, we can provide additional guidance on securing your organization’s accounts against phishing attacks by creating a temporary email address to register domain admin devices (which will help prevent credential theft if they ever fall into an attacker’s hands) and using Managed Service Accounts.

In order to prevent something on the lines of spear phishing, what steps can be taken? (for an organization).

My understanding on this is that it was not a spear phishing attack. The password for the domain admin account must have been leaked from an external website or otherwise found and used by the attacker. That said we recommend you turn on up-to-date password policies for all users in your organization. Also make sure to enforce multi factor authentication as mentioned above through policy if possible and supported in your environment.

We have a great article with several recommendations at the following URL: http://blogs.technet.com/b/security/archive/2013/12/29/what-you-need-to-know-about-concealment-attacks.aspx

What about Credential Theft attacks?

If an attacker has stolen your domain admin account password, it means they have access to all of the accounts in your organization (including financial assets) and potentially more than that as you are probably using this account for work related password resets and such as well. This is why we recommend turning on multi factor authentication for all users if possible or where it makes sense to do so as mentioned above through policy if possible and supported in your environment. In addition, we recommend using Managed Service Accounts for all credentials that are domain admin so you can have separate accounts for those credentials while keeping them centrally managed. To read more on MSAs, please see the following article: http://blogs.technet.com/b/askds/archive/2015/09/11/managing-credentials-in-active-directory-with-managed-service-accounts.aspx.


Finally from an administrative standpoint it is important to make sure this or something similar never happens again by setting up a centralized log collection solution such as Microsoft’s Operations Management Suite (OMS) investigatewhich can help with alerts when accounts start to change their passwords.

And seriously Conclusion: In the end keep in mind that this is not something evil and it doesn’t necessarily imply there was a breach or malicious activity, but rather associated with the concept of two factor authentication where the user knows there password and has to have an additional device present such as a mobile phone alertsor smart card. Microsoft Azure does make it easy for users to change these settings themselves, but I still recommend awareness on this topic so you can guide them on what is best for their situation. Also don’t get distracted with the ofattack vector about someone hacking into your account if they want access to your email, instead just focus on how many times one of your employees was changing his or her password and who thought it was a good idea to allow them to do it.

How do I delete login history?

1.Now Press ALT on your keyboard to show the menu bar.
2.In the menu bar, click History>Clear Recent History.
3.In the Clear Recent History window, 
4.Select “Everything” next to Time Range To Clear.
5.Then Click “Details” if the expanded view is not shown.
6.And Uncheck everything except for Form & Search History.

1.How do I remove saved login information from my Facebook account?

2.Now Click. in the top right of Facebook.
3.Select Settings & Privacy, then click Settings.
4.Click Security and Login.
5.Click Edit next to Save your login info.
6.And Select the device or browser you want to remove.

1.How do I remove saved login information from my Facebook account?

2.First of  all Click. in the top right of Facebook.
3.Select Settings & Privacy, then click Settings.
4.Click Security and Login.
5.Click Edit next to Save your login info.
6.Select the device or browser you want to remove

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