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MAY 11, 2011 6:33 AM PDT What LastPass security issue means for RoboForm (Q&A) by Lance Whitney Print E-mail 8 comments

Share After LastPass reported a possible security breach and potential theft of some of its users’ master passwords last week, we wondered what it meant for other password managers, such as RoboForm. Both LastPass and RoboForm help you create and manage strong passwords to log into the increasing array of secure Web sites that we all juggle these days. But is there an inherent vulnerability in relying on a single service to keep track of all your passwords? Should RoboForm users be concerned about the possibility of a similar ‘anomaly’ exposing any of their data?

Bill Carey, RoboForm’s vice president of marketing (Credit: RoboFor”

 

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    May 13, 2011 at 8:13 pm Reply

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