An unauthorized party used a developer account to access parts of LastPass’s source code and “some proprietary LastPass technical information” LastPass CEO Karim Toubba says no user data or encrypted passwords were accessed. The company wouldn’t comment on how long the breach had been going on before it was detected. The breach doesn’t seem to be a red alert for security problems at the company, but it’s still not a great look for a password manager that’s been struggling with its reputation. LastPass also earned the ire of many users for changing its free tier to be significantly less useful in early 2021, and the company also has been criticized for changing the free tier of its free service to make it significantly less helpful in the future. . . .