It seems that LastPass is claiming a possible breach and has taken extraordinary measures that may be causing a bigger issue.
Users are reporting the inability to get access to their data, and when I finally completed the REQUIRED migration process, my data appears corrupted and unusable. A second has already reported the same coruption. So this is not an isolated case.
There is no followup from support yet, so who knows, but I strongly suspect my data is irrevocobaly lost, as that was a one time data reencrytion process (with no option to perform a backup!)
Recommendation for other LastPass users - wait until support comes back with an update.
John sent us a link to a Brian Krebs article on the topic
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Personally, I have an algorithm I've developed that allows me to determine a unique username and password for every online account I have, that I can figure out when arriving at the site.
Christopher Carboni - Handler On Duty
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