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Online password manager LastPass has warned users of a potential data breach and is asking customers to alter their master passwords, reports SC Magazine. Detecting "an anomaly" in network traffic, the security site said "we're going to be paranoid and assume the worst: that the data we stored in the database was somehow accessed." In two separate data breach incidents, Best Buy and Michaels have both notified customers that personal information may have been accessed.
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