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LastPass phishing attack could have scooped up passwords

Jeremy Kirk | Jan. 18, 2016
The simple attack shows how software needs to be more phishing resistant

LastPass has implemented some new defenses in response to Cassidy's research and also plans "to release additional notification options that bypass the viewport."

The company has also blocked web pages from logging someone out of LastPass. Even if users see a warning that they're logged out, in theory they should notice that LastPass is actually still logged in. 

 

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