Hackers steal LastPass source code

LastPass, which provides password management services, issued a statement saying hackers stole parts of its source code. LastPass said it detected unusual activity in the development environment two weeks ago, and a subsequent investigation found that unauthorized hackers gained access to parts of the development environment through a compromised developer account, stealing some source code and private Technical Information. LastPass said it had responded and hired a cybersecurity and forensics firm. It stressed that there was no evidence that hackers accessed customer data or password vaults. LastPass explained that it leverages the industry-standard Zero Knowledge zero-knowledge architecture to ensure that it also doesn’t know the customer’s master password.

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