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LastPass warns customers to change master passwords following suspicious activity


Staff member
Dec 17, 2013

LastPass is warning customers to change their master passwords as a result of recent suspicious activity on its network. Though LastPass claims that the vault storing user passwords was not accessed, the company is warning users to change their master passwords. Last week the company detected some suspicious activity on the network, and was able to quickly block it.

Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...