LastPass compromised; change your master password ASAP

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  1. This is one of the risks you run by letting an online service keep track of your passwords.

    One of the worst ideas ever, why? because EVERYTHING on the internet no matter how secure one thinks it MIGHT be is available for the taking, it all just depends on who wants it and how badly.

    My advice is that since this is not the first time this has happened with LastPass, ditch the account, delete all your passwords and information they have saved and don’t be so naïve with these services that store your passwords online, store you passwords OFFLINE in a secure place that only YOU know about.

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