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29 vulnerabilities found in top-rated password managers for Android

06
Mar
2017
29 vulnerabilities found in top-rated password managers for Android

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Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany analyzed nine password managers for Android and found 29 “implementation flaws resulting in serious security vulnerabilities” that could allow data leaks in browser research, privacy issues and password leaks.

The apps include LastPass, 1Password, My Passwords, Dashlane Password Manager, Informaticore’s Password Manager, F-Secure KEY, Keepsafe, Keeper and Avast Passwords. Some have been installed by more than 50 million users.

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