x-posted w/ Reddit. Figured this is probably the better place to ask
Background: Interested in setting up 1Password for the family. Read other links about how setting up emergency access similar to Dashlane or LastPass is a no-go for 1Password. Also looked over the "restoring access" part of the white paper - but tbh am not super technical so probably don't understand a lot.
Question: Has there been any discussion about a time-delayed shared vault? The white paper says "the server prevents a member... from obtaining vault keys". So couldn't the server allow someone to access a shared vault using the group's public key? While account recovery requires an action from the original user, could it be flipped so the shared vault allows access if the original user doesn't take action after a certain amount of time? I.e. A hides her email username/password in a time-delayed shared vault that is shared with B. A becomes incapacitated. B requests access to that time-delayed shared vault. After x amount of days, B receives access to that shared vault.
Thank you! Apologies if i missed a previous thread that covered this, or if it makes 0 technical sense.
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