NortonLifeLock warns thousands of customer accounts of malicious access

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NortonLifeLock warns thousands of customer accounts of malicious access

The firm says the attacks were the consequence of a breach of a third-party platform

Thousands of NortonLifeLock customers have received a warning from parent company Gen Digital, notifying them that hackers have successfully compromised Norton Password Manager accounts using credential-stuffing attacks. In a letter shared with the Office of the Vermont Attorney General, the firm said that the attacks were the consequence of a breach of a third-party platform rather than a breach at NortonLifeLock. Actors gained access to the intended target after obtaining data from other...

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