Cyber Security

Major LastPass security bug puts millions of accounts at risk

“Millions of users of cloud-based password store LastPass could be at risk from hackers after a huge security hole was revealed.

The so-called ‘zero-day hole’ – a software vulnerability that the maker is initially unaware of – could enable cybercriminals to remotely break into accounts. What makes the LastPass flaw significant compared to other such vulnerabilities is that the service is a password manager, meaning numerous passwords would be exposed if an account was hacked.”

Source: Major LastPass security bug puts millions of accounts at risk

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