Recently password managers are being hacked
Recently we all see the news of Lastpass being hacked and vault data being stolen. Few days ago Norton Password Manager got compromised by credential stuffing attacks and if has affected for about 6,000 users of Norton. My question is how well Trend Micro's password manager is protected and secured. I know its 256 bit encryption and all that. I also use 2fa for my accounts but is it secure from credential stuffing attacks as I see no captcha method while trying to logging in. Please use re captcha method mandatorily for every login attempts. Also introduce email notification whenever the someone tries to login or someone logged in to password manager app under login activity via email.
Trend Security Expert
4 months ago
Hi @The_Eagle_007 !
Great suggestion with the ReCaptcha method, I will forward this to our Product and Development team.
In regards to the incident with Norton, the hackers used lists of leaked email addresses and passwords to try to gain access to accounts on different websites.
We have a dedicated team focused on the enhancement to improve our internal database access privilege flow. We will add monitoring and alerts for abnormal access in the near future. In the meantime, you can use Trend Micro Identity Protection to monitor if your email is leaked and to avoid this kind of breach.
4 months ago
Why not storing passwords on your personal computer on a password protected Word document??
Is easier, safer and on your PC.