LastPass Data Breach

LastPass Data Breach, ETHERLED: Air-Gapped Systems Attack, Twitter Whistleblower Complaint

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Popular password manager LastPass announced that some of their source code was stolen, but that no customer passwords were compromised in a recent data breach disclosure, an Israeli researcher has discovered a new method to exfiltrate data from air-gapped systems using the LED indicators on network cards, and details about the Twitter whistleblower Peiter “Mudge” Zatko and his claims about how Twitter had poor security practices, misled federal regulators about safety, and failed to properly estimate the number of bots on Twitter.

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LastPass Says No Passwords Stolen in Data Breach

ETHERLED: Air-gapped systems leak data via network card LEDs

Twitter’s former security chief says company lied about bots and safety

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