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OMG - LastPass Says Hackers May Have Stolen Passwords for 1.25 Million Customers

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Dan Free, May 6, 2011.

  1. Dan Free

    Dan Free Regular Member

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    LastPass, a company that offers to safeguard and simplify managing subscribers? online passwords, said hackers may have broken into its database and stolen information on as many as 1.25 million accounts.

    The company?s service allows customers to use one password with enhanced security features to access multiple password- protected accounts for online banking, Internet shopping, and other secure sites. The Vienna, Virginia-based company posted a message on its website late yesterday alerting customers to the breach in its security.

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    I use Roboform2Go on my USB Flashdrive. At one time I was considering moving to online password storage. Now maybe not.
     
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    I wonder if they also used old apache versions and just changed the banner to a current one....
     
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    ch8878 Elite Member

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    Ya I know about this just change your passwords and users, its good to do it once a month anyways more then likely the F.E.D's are snoping again !!
     
  4. Velvet

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    the mozzilla addon page says
    so the data itself worth nothing..need to decript first, so have time to change passwords
     
  5. Chronos

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    Why wouldn't each installation have its own individual key all uploads would have just been worthless letters and numbers?
     
  6. tejsin

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    :p LOL, where is the security? ...and what about the money spent to secure the servers!?....
     
  7. Velvet

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    worthless if they cant decript them..at least in my opinion :)