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Backdoored password manager stole data from as many as 29K enterprises

4 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

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As many as 29,000 users of the Passwordstate password manager downloaded a malicious update that extracted data from the app and sent it to an attacker-controlled server, the app maker told customers.
In an email , Passwordstate creator Click Studios told customers that bad actors compromised its upgrade mechanism and used it to install a malicious file on user computers. The file, named “moserware.secretsplitter.dll,” contained a legitimate copy of an app called SecretSplitter , along with malicious code named "Loader," according to a brief writeup from security firm CSIS...
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