A security researcher is recommending against LastPass password manager after detailing seven trackers found in the Android app.
LastPass Android: Drittanbieter überwachen jeden Schritt
If you need otp and use Linux and don't mind using Flatpak, then https://flathub.org/apps/details/com.github.paolostivanin.OTPClient is good. Personally use it myself for my otp's. Saves having to check the phone constantly.
Hopefully I can help out with some of it. :D
Just a constant cat and mouse game to get privacy of some form without too many disadvantages. X_X
No, never used Lastpass and considering they are the company who are behind Hamachi, I don't want to touch them personally. Plus, I prefer keeping my passwords and the manager offline. :D
@Bunnyhammer I've only been using Linux since 2019 and have been learning to use a lot of the programs that are associated with it, like Vim, bash, nmap, etc.
Ah, so very recently. I've been using Linux, on and off for several years. Although, still learning through all of it as well, so much to learn haha.
@Bunnyhammer Exactly! I used to have a cheat sheet with the commands as my wallpaper. nmap is kind of the same, trial and error...
nmap is a beast, used it a bit but it is a major rabbit hole to go down on.
You'll get used to the commands etc. The more you use the terminal, the better.
Cool. :) Another distro you may like is Linux Mint. Based on Ubuntu, although they do have a Debian version. Very user friendly, used to use them quite a fair bit in the early days.
@stux Could a malicious tracker potentially read the passwords after decryption?
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