LastPass Discovered No Code Injection Attempts Following August Data Breach


According to LastPass, which makes password management software, there were no attempts to introduce malicious code into its software during the investigation into the data breach that occurred in August 2022.

On August 25, the GoTo-owned business revealed that unidentified trespassers had broken into the LastPass development environment and taken “parts of source code and some proprietary LastPass technical information.” When the incident occurred, the business announced online that neither user information nor master passwords had been compromised, and that all of its products and services had continued to function normally.

The data breach was restricted to the LastPass development environment, which does not store customer data and is physically separated from production, according to earlier information from LastPass on the incident.

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