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  • Attackers got access to the passwords of 30 million users and 85,000 companies


    The database includes millions of users and each user typically stores dozens of passwords

    LastPass, a password storage service, is willing to provide additional information about the hack that occurred last year, but only as a result of a personal meeting with the user and subject to the signing of a non-disclosure agreement. This became known as a result of a report by FTM.

    LastPass claims that last year's hack did not harm user privacy. However, the company does not want to talk in detail about the event. Only a few weeks after the incident, LastPass CEO Karim Tubba reported the hack, stating that the attackers only obtained technical information not related to customer data. There is no need for LastPass customers to worry or take any action, he said.

    LastPass finally admitted in December that a hacker not only broke into its system, but also stole sensitive data, including company names, usernames, billing addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, and IP addresses. According to the data received, the theft affected password information of almost 30 million users and 85 thousand companies.

    “Some source code and technical information was stolen from our development environment and used to attack one of the employees, obtain credentials and keys that were used to access and decrypt some storage volumes in the cloud storage service,” the service said.

    LastPass argued that there is no reason for users to worry if they use a strong master password. The company claims it will take millions of years to decrypt a 12-character password using "public technology".

    Services designed to make devices more secure are surprisingly often insecure, according to FTM investigative reporters, usually because they prioritize convenience over security. Consumers forget that their data is extremely valuable. There's a reason "if it's free, you are the product" has become a cliché.

    Author DeepWeb
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