8

When two-factor authentication is enabled in LastPass, there is an option when logging in to trust my current device for 30 days:

LastPass asking to re verify after 30 days

I appreciate the security benefit of two-factor authentication, but having to re authenticate each month feels a bit excessive. The only solution I could find was disabling two-factor entirely, which is something I would like to avoid.

The LastPass Blog claims that there used to be an option to disable trusted device expiration in Account Settings, but this option seems to have gone missing after the LastPass 4.0 redesign.

Is there a way to make LastPass trust my device for more than 30 days?

1 Answer 1

9

Trusted devices expiring after 30 days can be disabled in Advanced Settings.

  1. Login to LastPass.
  2. Open your LastPass Vault.
  3. Open Account Settings.

    Account Settings button

  4. Select Show Advanced Settings.

  5. Scroll down and select Skip 30 day expiration for trusted clients.

    Skip 30 day expiration for trusted clients

  6. Click Update.

  7. Enter your account password and press Confirm.
2
  • Very helpful. Odd that they don't have a timeout. I would love to have it be every year or something. Thanks! Commented Jan 10, 2021 at 21:42
  • This feature isn't available, or is no longer available. I'm running version 4.9 (on MacOS Mojave) and don't see the option. Too bad, I'd like to turn off the 30-day expiration without losing 2FA altogether.
    – Dannid
    Commented Dec 20, 2023 at 17:12

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service and acknowledge you have read our privacy policy.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.