If you just generated it, but for some reason not stored as a site in Lastpass after you registered with the site, there is a way to retrieve it, if you used the browser extension.
Click on the Lastpass button in your browser, go to "Generate Secure Password", click the dropdown button on the password field. Hopefully the top entry should be your latest ...
Open your LastPass Vault
Go to Account Settings → Equivalent Domains.
Add a comma-separated entry for all the domains you want to be considered the same.
Make sure the Domains you use are considered equivalent. For example:
stackexchange.com, stackoverflow.com, superuser.com, mathoverflow.net, serverfault.com, stackapps.com, askubuntu.com
Apply the ...
Trusted devices expiring after 30 days can be disabled in Advanced Settings.
Login to LastPass.
Open your LastPass Vault.
Open Account Settings.
Select Show Advanced Settings.
Scroll down and select Skip 30 day expiration for trusted clients.
Enter your account password and press Confirm.
Judging by this LastPass forum thread from February 2017, as well as having personally scoured every inch of the LastPass Account Settings, I don't believe so.
I'll let you know if and when I see this feature become available.
Go to your LastPass Vault, Then to Settings > Equivalent Domains. You want to make sure the Yelp Domains you use, are considered equivalent.
This is what I added:
yelp.com, yelp.be, yelp.ca
Apply the changes in the Settings, (requires Lastpass Master Password verification)
As for Auto Login, that only works if there is a form to AutoFill. So unless you ...
In case you accidentally overwrote the generated password (happened to me) - you can still retrieve it by doing the following:
Login to lastpass
Find the account for which you need to retrieve the password
Edit the account - may need to right-click account icon to find edit option
Look for the clock above the password dialog
Clicking the clock reveals a ...
I just verified what waiwai said, and only a hash was transmitted to the lastpass server, and only encrypted passwords were returned. It looks like a key derived and stored in local storage.
To steal your master password, a vulnerability or compromise of the server would (or at least should) be needed for someone to modify the way the application behaves. ...
I've created a quick Chrome extension to try this out myself. Luckily, it is not possible to inject content scripts into other chrome extension tabs - only in tabs that match http://*...