LastPass, the creator, has admitted to the theft of customer information from his other services

LastPass, the creator, has admitted to the theft of customer information from his other services ...

In a November last year, GoTo, a collaboration software and IT business that owns LastPass, admitted that customer data from other company services was taken, as well as password manager user data.

For the first time since discovering "unusual activity" on its IT systems on November 30, 2022, GoTo, previously known as LogMeIn, made the announcement. Customer data for many corporate GoTo products, including Central, joim.me, Hamachi, and RemotelyAnywhere was reportedly compromised by the hack.

Hackers stole "encrypted backups from a third-party cloud storage," according to the company, two months ago. Data related to two-factor authentication and software product settings may also be compromised by hackers.

According to the source, GoTo communicates directly with each client whose data was compromised as a result of the mentioned cybersecurity incident. In addition to advising clients about the consequences of the breach, the company makes recommendations.

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