LastPass disclosed a data breach that compromised its code base and other technical data.

 Based on the company's findings, the attack entered through a compromised developer account.

LastPass has verified that no user passwords were taken.

“We have discovered that an unauthorized entity got access to sections of the LastPass application development using a leads to specific developer account,” the company's new blogpost says.

 LastPass said all its services and goods are working.

The company has partnered with a prominent antivirus and forensics firm to sanitize its development environment.

 LastPass is a major password manager that claims to secure all personal passwords, credit card info inside one databases or vault.

The corporation says the leak didn't affect master credentials or the vault.

 We've made dozens of little and significant adjustments to enhance our efficiency and increase service.

We've launched a bounty program for bugs to crowdsource security enhancements.