If you’re a LastPass subscriber, the severity of this breach should have you looking for a different password manager, because your passwords and personal data are at serious risk of being exposed.
LastPass, one of the world’s most popular password managers, suffered a major data breach in December, putting customers’ online passwords at risk and endangering their personal data.
On Dec. 22, LastPass CEO Karim Toubba acknowledged in a blog post that a security incident the company first disclosed in August eventually led to an “unauthorized party” stealing customer account information and sensitive vault data. The breach is the latest in a lengthy and troubling string of security incidents involving LastPass that date back to 2011.
Read more about this at: cnet