How do I clear the local cache for my LastPass vault?
Clearing the LastPass local cache can serve as a troubleshooting step if you encounter issues loading your vault. By clearing your local cache, you are deleting the local stored copy of your encrypted data. To recreate the local cache, log out of LastPass then log back in while an Internet connection is present.
Attention: Currently, there are two different extension menu experiences, so instructions may differ depending on your navigational experience. The "new experience" applies to version 4.104.0 and newer for the LastPass browser extension, whereas the "previous experience" refers to version 4.103.0 and earlier.
The steps will vary for clearing your local cache for LastPass (depending on how you use LastPass), as follows:
|LastPass app or extension||Instructions|
|LastPass browser extension (new experience)||
|LastPass browser extension (previous experience)||
|LastPass for Safari app extension||
|LastPass app for iOS||
|LastPass app for Android||
|LastPass Active Directory Connector||
Results: You have cleared your local LastPass cache.
What to do next: Log out of LastPass, then log back in to recreate the local cache for LastPass.
Important: If you are using the LastPass browser extension or Safari app extension, be sure to log out and log back in to the extension to recreate the Recovery One Time Password, which is used in the account recovery process for restoring access to your vault if you forget your master password.