New applicant alfabravoteam writes: Password management company LastPass has released information about a security incident. “We have determined that an unauthorized party gained access to parts of the LastPass development environment through a single compromised developer account and took parts of the source code and some proprietary technical information of LastPass,” the official release said.

They also clarify that no user data was lost. “We never store or know about your master password,” the firm’s FAQ says. “We use an industry-standard Zero Knowledge architecture that ensures LastPass can never learn or access our customers’ master passwords,” they report. Therefore, no user action is required.

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