The CryptoChameleon phishing kit is being leveraged by vishing attackers looking to trick LastPass users into sharing their master password. “Initially, we learned of a new parked domain (help-lastpass[.]com) and immediately marked the website for monitoring should it go live and start serving a phishing site intended to imitate our login page or something similar. Once we identified that this site went active and was being used in a phishing campaign against our customers, we … More

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