Problem: Lastpass stopped working in Chrome and Firefox Attempt at solution: Uninstall Firefox, download newest version, reinstall.

Outcome: Nope, there was still a problem in Firefox, which they’re trying to fix.

Solution: Migrate to Chrome?

Outcome: Lastpass installer downloaded from the lastpass website on this date, but it didn’t stick to chrome. The final screen of the install_lastpass.sh script launched in the browser shows an inactive “install lastpass” button.

Solution: Run the uninstall_lastpass.sh from terminal. Looks like I will have to cp my passwords? (Lastpass is on its last breathe.)

New problem: Chrome was still showing a message that it (chrome) was now managed by a system-wide policy, and I don’t like allowing external websites permissions to install extensions on my browser (see chrome://policy).

Problem defined: The lastpass uninstall_lastpass.sh script does not remove policies it sets for itself in directory, /etc/opt/chrome/policies/managed. I supsect this is not malicious, but simply negligence out of ignorance.

Final solution: sudo rm /etc/opt/chrome/policies/managed/lastpass_policy.json

Outcome: Chrome no longer shows that it is Managed by an organization.