Seems secure enough and is obviously opt-in. A sends B a request to have access to A in case of death. If A dies, B sends a request to view last pass and if A doesn't respond to email within pre-alloted period, B gets access to A's account.
I'm considering upgrading to family but currently I have my other family member using last pass in large part because of this feature. I don't like the idea of storing BOTH keys to my account somewhere physical.
Work-around idea: Provide master password to family member and have them store it in 1password but I'll keep a physical copy of my Account Key for them to find if I pass, allowing them access without having both keys stored anywhere (Master is obviously easier for me to remember so I chose not to store that one physically).
Potential issue is that they would be able to access any of my devices that I have access to but I have all of my devices password protected and I trust them.
Is it a hard rule to never give out your Master Password?
Team Recovery is interesting but would require the team member to have access to the person's email account.
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