- Password manager LastPass has revealed that it suffered a security breach.
- Source code and technical information were stolen as a result.
- LastPass said that user details weren’t accessed.
It seems like major service providers aren’t having a good time when it comes to security incidents this week. Plex recently announced a security breach and called on users to change their passwords. Now, popular password manager LastPass has revealed that it’s suffered a breach too.
LastPass CEO Karim Toubba penned a blog post on the company website, confirming that it detected “unusual activity” in the service’s development environment.