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Name Francuss
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LastPass Password Manager

Security Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Let's suppose the current owners of LastPass sell their business.

What can prevent the new owner to modify the java script that handles the encrypted passwords, so that the modified java scripts sends the password via SSL to the new owner, as plain not-encrypted text?

In other words, even if the passwords are and remain on my computer, LastPass seems to have full control on the javascript/Extension that has the power to open the encrypted passwords. It seems child's play to modify this javascript/Extension code to send the non-encrypted passwords anywhere on the internet. Or not?

Is the java script/extension code at least open source for public inspection?

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.51.2).