A serious vulnerability has been found in the Kaspersky Password Manager that creates weak passwords and could result in allow enabling an attacker to brute-force them in real-time.
The Kaspersky Password Manager is available Android, Windows, MacOS, and iOS and allows users to store passwords, data, and documents. It also helps generating passwords and all sensitive data is being protected by a master password.
According to the researcher from Ledger, “If an attacker knows a person uses KPM, he will be able to break his password much more easily than a fully random password,” the researcher says.
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