LastPass hackers have started sending phishing text messages about upgrading OKX

Password management tool LastPass admitted that hackers obtained cloud storage access keys, and copied information, including company name, user name, billing address, Email addresses, phone numbers, and IP addresses.

LastPass hackers have started sending phishing text messages about upgrading OKX

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Ignas, Defi Research stated that: “Can confirm: After LastPass security breach I started receiving phishing SMS to a fake OKx telling me to upgrade my account”.

  • It means the hacker knows 2 things:
    1. His phone number
    2. That I use OKx

After entering email and password, it asks to wait for 2 min. Then nothing happens. “I guess if I entered real password/ID it would ask for my OTP. Not sure if hackers accessed my password or ID though”, he added.

On December 22, LastPass published a new blog post with further information about leaked customer information, saying that account information such as billing addresses, email addresses, end-user names, telephone numbers, and IP address info were obtained. Also leaked was customer vault data, which includes unencrypted data such as website URLs and encrypted data such as website usernames and passwords, secure notes, and form-filled data.

In any case, leave LastPass ASAP. Change all your sensitive passwords. And don’t be careful with phishing websites!

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