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Norton Password Manager Hacked

Norton Password Manager Hacked

Norton Password Manager Hacked.

Norton LifeLock is the company that promises to keep your passwords safe, but it has been hacked.

While the breach occured on December 1st, 2022, they did not go public with it until Friday the 13th, 2023.

“In assessing your account with your username and password, the unauthorized user third party may have viewed your first name, last name, phone number and mailing address.” Norton said.

They are now urging its customers to change their passwords, yes all of them !

The LifeLock plan comes with Norton’s Password Manager Feature and the company has warned its customers that the third-party most likely has also stolen the usernames and passwords stored in their password vault.

Norton claims its systems were never compromised during the hackers attack.

Despite this "statement", all customers are urged to change all account passwords stored inside the password manager and to start using the multi-factor authentication on their Norton accounts.

Vermont’s Data Breach Protection Law allows private companies up to 45 days to notify consumers if their personally identifiable information (PII) or login credentials have been potentially compromised in the event of a data breach.

A lot can happen to their customers during these long 45 days !

Not so long ago the very popular LastPass service was hacked, twice ! First in August 2022, then again in November 2022. Read more at Forbes.

Time to make the move for a better solution:

Now, it is a good time for customers affected to switch to a better, not-yet hacked solution "NordPass Password Manager".

Nortons official Lifelock site


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