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Big security bug fixed by LastPass password manager

A flaw in the popular password manager could have compromised user data. A LastPass update closes the hole.

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Two flaws in LastPass put users at risk if they visited malicious websites. One flaw in a Firefox add-on allowed remote control of a user's LastPass account. The other could lead to sites collecting your username and password if you were not paying attention to the address bar in your browser. LastPass fixed both flaws within 24 hours of being notified.

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Big security bug fixed by LastPass password manager