Security KeyBy now, users of the password storage service LastPass have probably heard about the massive security breach that has left data and passwords vulnerable. So, what happens now?

A blog post by company CEO Joe Siegrist has promised that cryptographically lockes have not been broken into, therefore user vaults with text passwords are still safe. What has been taken are email addresses, password reminders/answers, hashed user passwords, and cryptographic salts. These were not protected with the same slow hashing mechanism protecting the user vaults.

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