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I work on Windows 7 64bit, and just download Firefox 17.0.1 and addons lastpass, but I can't find where lastpass folder.

It's not here %AppData% and I search 'last & pass & lastpass' and find nothing the site say 'Windows Vista/7 Internet Explorer, Firefox: %AppData%..\LocalLow\LastPass\' but there is nothing there?

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Why do you want to locate a local encrypted cache file? – Ramhound Dec 11 '12 at 16:06
@Ramhound, why not? – illsecure Dec 11 '12 at 16:31
What do you expect to do with an encrypted file that is based an online account? – Ramhound Dec 11 '12 at 16:55
@Ramhound I know where it is on XP and ubuntu but I dont know where its is on 7 and I want to secure delete it before shutdown because this isn't my PC, and I don't care if its encrypted or not I just want to know where last pass cache folder – illsecure Dec 12 '12 at 8:05
Its going to be located more then likely in the same location as the Firefox profile. So where does the portable Firefox build store its add-on cache files? – Ramhound Dec 12 '12 at 12:12

%AppData% will take you to AppData\Roaming\

Try manually navigating to the directory


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nothing, there is something I didn't mention that I use portable version of firefox, Is that make any difference? – illsecure Dec 11 '12 at 16:30
@illsecure - That makes a huge difference. – Ramhound Dec 11 '12 at 16:55
@Ramhound, ok where I can found the folder? or whats its name to search for. – illsecure Dec 12 '12 at 8:03
@illsecure - I have no idea where the portable version of Firefox stores its files, and furthermore, is that even supported? Seems like you should be asking whom ever distrubutes the portable firefox build this question. – Ramhound Dec 12 '12 at 12:10

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