Started by lesmond, Dec 30, 2021, 07:04 AM
0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
QuoteNews broke yesterday that many LastPass users were reporting their master passwords being compromised after receiving email warnings that someone tried to use them to log into their accounts from unknown locations. LastPass apparently indicated it's credential stuffing related to fairly common bot-related activity using data obtained from third-party breaches. However, users receiving these warnings have stated that their passwords are unique to LastPass and not used elsewhere, and some have even changed their master passwords only to receive another alert. Others have reported issues trying to delete or disable their accounts. An obvious recommendation is that all LastPass users should enable multi-factor authentication immediately if they haven't already. Are you affected?
Page created in 0.107 seconds with 21 queries.