Australian Firm Behind Passwordstate Compromised in Supply Chain Attack
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Click Studios, the Australian software firm behind password manager application Passwordstate, notified its 29,000 customers that an unknown threat actor compromised the update mechanism of Passwordstate.
According to press reports, the malware-laced update was live for 28 hours between April 20, 20:33 UTC and April 22, 00:30 UTC. Danish security firm CSIS said the app’s password cache was stolen. Click Studios told customers to change all the passwords they stored inside compromised Passwordstate password managers as soon as possible. (Catalin Cimpanu / The Record)
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