LastPass May Have Been Hacked

By | May 10, 2011

LastPass May Have Been HackedLastPass, a popular password manager and form filler may have been hacked.

According to the official blog posts, users are now forced change their master password due to network anomalies that were not yet identified.

In the interview with PC World, LastPass CEO shared his opinion and insights on the possible hack. Furthermore, he thinks that not a lot of data could have been stolen but enough to potentially compromise some of the users.

If you are using LastPass, be sure to check their blog post which is constantly updated.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    PSN, now LastPass… A good idea storing sensitive information remotely or not? Hmm

    • Anonymous says:

      The PSN “hack” turned out to be a storm in a teacup once you remove all the layers of misinformation and scaremongering the press have applied to “sex up” the story.

      No passwords were stored (only hashes), and these were not taken.

      Creditcard details were stored, but were encrypted, on a separate server and no evidence to suggest they were gotten to. (and creditcard companies are not reporting any problems).

      Sony’s servers WERE firewalled and WERE upto date.

      The LastPass hack it worrying thou, and generally 1000x worse than the PSN hack, but getting 1/1000th of the media coverage… But then everyone has been programmed to hate Sony….

  2. Tiago Sá says:

    Serves them right. Use Firefox and Firefox sync and you are safe. Well, at least it’s very VERY hard to get your passwords because they are encrypted, in fact, EVERYTHING is encrypted on your side, so it’s impossible for an attacker to get your data. Nobody else does this, as far as I know. Only Mozilla.

    Serves them right.