I've been using LastPass and they have an Emergency Access feature. It gives someone access to your account (vault) after a specified time period. If they access it, and I haven't blocked it during 24 hours, then their access can proceed.
I just signed up for a 30-day trial of 1Password. The only similar feature I can find is the Family sharing plan. So if something happens to me, then a family member can access the vault I've given them permission to access. So if I need someone to have access to everything, for example, then that's available to them all the time, from now and forever. I'd prefer not to put everything in their hands now, only if something should happen to me.
I could create a special vault just for them. But if I'm a goner, then I'd want them to access everything, not just a subset. Unless that subset contains a note on how to dig up the coffee can under the elm tree that's got the printed instructions to log in as me and have access to everything.
1Password doesn't seem as secure in that respect as the Emergency Access offered by LastPass. Or am I missing something here?
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