Popular password manager hacked
For modern internet users, a password manager is essential.
These tools store and generate login information for all your devices and accounts.
If you're a LastPass customer, there's bad news. Its servers have been hacked.
This means your passwords, passports, and credit cards are at risk.
According to LastPass CEO Karim Toubba, the LastPass development environment was affected by "unusual activity".
Investigations revealed that customer data or password vaults were not compromised.
"Our product and services are operating normally," Toubba concluded,
According to the blog. An "unauthorized party" accessed the system through a compromised developer account and stole some source code and proprietary LastPass technical information.