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LastPass provides password and identity management solutions that are convenient, easy to manage and effortless to use, helping more than 33 million users organize and protect their online lives. From enterprise password management and single sign-on to adaptive multi-factor authentication, LastPass Business gives superior control to IT and frictionless access to 100,000 businesses.

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LASTPASS PASSWORD VAULT HIT BY HACKERS

None | June 15, 2015

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LastPass, the cloud-based password vault that keeps and stores users’ authentication credentials for all things online, has, you guessed it, been compromised....

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LASTPASS VULNERABLE TO LOSTPASS CREDENTIAL STEALING ATTACK

None | January 18, 2016

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"A phishing attack against password vault LastPass can allow an attacker to steal a user's email, password, and even two-factor auth code, giving full access to all passwords and documents stored in LastPass. According to research by Sean Cassidy, a software engineer whose day job is CTO at Praesidio, the ‘LostPass’ attack works because LastPass displays messages in the browser that attackers can fake."...

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LASTPASS SECURITY FLAW LEAVES USER CREDENTIALS EXPOSED

v3.co.uk | January 18, 2016

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A security flaw affecting password manager LastPass could allow an attacker to steal user credentials,emails and passwords,and even access two-factor authentication codes,research has revealed.The flaw was exposed by Sean Cassidy, chief technical officer at cloud security firm Praesidio,who has dubbed it ‘LostPass'.It is an easy-to-execute phishing attack that can display malicious messages in the browser that attempt to gather sensitive credentials."LostPass works because LastPas...

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CYBER SECURITY FIRM FINDS 'MULTIPLE VULNERABILITIES' IN TIK TOK SECURITY

abc6onyourside | January 15, 2020

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A cybersecurity firm tested the security of Tik Tok and found "multiple vulnerabilities" in the app's code, allowing for security loopholes and hacking accounts. Check Point Research published their findings on the app, showing the security concerns. The firm's research shows they were able to manipulate code to mess with accounts' contents, delete and upload videos without the account owner's consent, make previously "hidden" videos public, and access persona...

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LASTPASS PASSWORD VAULT HIT BY HACKERS

None | June 15, 2015

LastPass, the cloud-based password vault that keeps and stores users’ authentication credentials for all things online, has, you guessed it, been compromised....

Read More
news image

LASTPASS VULNERABLE TO LOSTPASS CREDENTIAL STEALING ATTACK

None | January 18, 2016

"A phishing attack against password vault LastPass can allow an attacker to steal a user's email, password, and even two-factor auth code, giving full access to all passwords and documents stored in LastPass. According to research by Sean Cassidy, a software engineer whose day job is CTO at Praesidio, the ‘LostPass’ attack works because LastPass displays messages in the browser that attackers can fake."...

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LASTPASS SECURITY FLAW LEAVES USER CREDENTIALS EXPOSED

v3.co.uk | January 18, 2016

A security flaw affecting password manager LastPass could allow an attacker to steal user credentials,emails and passwords,and even access two-factor authentication codes,research has revealed.The flaw was exposed by Sean Cassidy, chief technical officer at cloud security firm Praesidio,who has dubbed it ‘LostPass'.It is an easy-to-execute phishing attack that can display malicious messages in the browser that attempt to gather sensitive credentials."LostPass works because LastPas...

Read More
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CYBER SECURITY FIRM FINDS 'MULTIPLE VULNERABILITIES' IN TIK TOK SECURITY

abc6onyourside | January 15, 2020

A cybersecurity firm tested the security of Tik Tok and found "multiple vulnerabilities" in the app's code, allowing for security loopholes and hacking accounts. Check Point Research published their findings on the app, showing the security concerns. The firm's research shows they were able to manipulate code to mess with accounts' contents, delete and upload videos without the account owner's consent, make previously "hidden" videos public, and access persona...

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