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LastPass said no user data was stolen.

Unauthorized users accessed LastPass' server in August. The firm assures customers that their personal information and login credentials were not compromised.

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LastPass CEO Karim Toubba recently informed the public, saying the bad actor had inside access for four days.

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Some technical information and source code for the password manager were taken, but only from the development environment, not from customers' data or encrypted vaults.

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Moreover, Toubba emphasized that LastPass is not privy to the master passwords that are required to decrypt users' vaults.

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According to the CEO, there is "no indication" that "any access to client data or encrypted password vaults" was involved in this event. 

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They also could not find any indication that the hacker had put harmful code into the networks or that there had been any unlawful access beyond those four days.

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