How do I access LastPass on a non-admin or locked down computer?

    You may need to access your LastPass account on a computer that does not allow installation of add-ons, or where you do not wish to leave any files behind.

    In our mission to provide you with the most comprehensive access possible, you can use your online web vault by logging in with your LastPass email address and master password at to securely access your decrypted data.

    However, please be aware that logging in via your online web vault from multiple browsers will store the Recovery One Time Password locally in each browser's local storage so that it can be used for account recovery (as long as you have not cleared your browser's local storage since the last time you logged in to LastPass).
    Warning: If you are using a public or untrusted computer, we recommend that you Use Temporary (One-Time) Passwords to log in to LastPass instead of the LastPass website. If you do log in to the LastPass website on a public or untrusted computer, be sure to clear the cache of the web browser on which you accessed LastPass before you leave the computer (in order to clear the Recovery One Time Password that was captured from your login session).
    Note: Using LastPass via the online web vault (website) does not auto-save and/or autofill sites.