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Fake LastPass extension exposes users to ads and installs

27
Apr
2016
Fake LastPass extension exposes users to ads and installs

Password Data Safety

When it comes to passwords, one piece of advice we give our readers is to use password managers / vaults to help them maintain, keep track of, and store away account logins that are impossible to recall by memory on a daily basis – for example, Dashline, Keychain, 1Password, and LastPass.

We also advise our readers to download directly from the official websites of these password managers or from highly trusted third-party app markets, such as Google Play, the App Store, and the Chrome Web Store. But even legitimate sites can harbour fake apps, and we’ve seen this happen time and time again.

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