LastPass goes public over security vulnerabilties

Cloud-powered password management service LastPass has spoken publicly about a pair of security flaws reported in August 2013 for the first time, but says that users have nothing to fear from the bugs.

LastPass is a popular cross-platform password management service, which stores users’ usernames, passwords and other private details on remote servers. These details are reversibly encrypted using a master password, meaning that LastPass users need only remember a single password while having the ability to use a unique and complex password for every site and service they use.


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