LastPass Password Vaults Stolen, Pig Butchering Scams, Okta Source Code Theft

Things get worse for LastPass as a security breach in November resulted in the theft of customer data, including encrypted password vaults and unencrypted web addresses.

Pig butchering scams, a variation of business email compromise and romance scams, are on the rise. How do they work and what do you need to know to protect yourself?

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Okta, a major identity and authentication company, has suffered another security breach following the “suspicious access” to its code repositories on Github.

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Encrypted LastPass Password Vaults, Customer Information Stolen in November Breach

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Okta confirms another breach after hackers steal source code

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