I want software that when the master password is lost, NO ONE can get in there.
1. No backdoors from the company.
2. No government backdoors.
3. No access if the user loses their master password so this is GREAT NEWS to me. It sounds like a very secure system.
https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/password-management/ sounds like you are still stung over the loss.
Currently I am using Dashlane, but have access to others. Robolister is too inflexible. I have previously addressed LastPass. It served its purpose until I experienced a disk crash and was disconnected. Afterward my experience was negative. Customer service seems to have been left to part time workers without interest in doing their jobs. Then I was given an online source for recovery. It had four different routines to fail to solve the problem. Two worked simultaneously until there were two options like a fork in the road. One was a cul-de-sac that could only go back to the beginning and the other was a dead end. The fourth and final non-solution to regaining my master password was just several steps. The final requirement was to enter my old master password to complete the process. So, the holdup happened because I didn't have my password and the fix was to enter my password. I lost the key to my door, so use it to get inside.
The overall frustration was not just the impasse , it was the most clueless and disinterested customer disservice I had ever experienced. I could not contact anyone that cared for two entire years of effort.