Repercussions from the 2022 LastPass hacks continue to linger. The company is now facing a new barrage of allegations tied to compromised data and stolen crypto funds.
X (formerly Twitter) users have been spreading reports of unexplained cryptocurrency wallet depletions, with certain individuals linking these crypto heists to the 2022 breaches of the widely-used password manager, LastPass.
"At this point I'm also confident in saying that, in most of these cases, the compromised keys were stolen from @LastPass," a tweet by X user Tay reads.
We reached out to Tay to see if they'd be willing to share more details about the alleged crypto heists, but haven’t heard back from them yet.
According to the user, attackers have stolen at least $32 million from "individuals who took steps to stay secure."
Now, the user is claiming that attackers are using stolen crypto keys from the LastPass password manager, and is urging everyone to migrate.
Cybernews reached out to LastPass to give the company a chance to respond to the latest claims of crypto heists. It chose not to comment on the specific allegations as the investigation is still ongoing.
Full article here https://cybernews.com/crypto/crypto-heist-lastpass-blamed/
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