who would ever believe this bullshit?
do ppl actually put LP on their phones or anything other than 1 single PC which then requires prompts to try an install on the other device without being at that physical device to grant access?
>didnt actually read it
last pass literally does the same exact prompts, the only way you would know for certain its fake is if you DIDNT have the last pass icon hidden from your browser bar to see that its RED
when its YELLOW it shows that same exact inner-window script, just like it does when it asks if you want to save a new password you changed or new site.
thats the point of the github, the prompt that shows up is virtually 1:1
now, i would think Ublock Origin users wouldnt see that anyways cause its blocked, but still
this isnt "hurr my widnows doesnt need protection, i use my brain as protection ^:)"
>if you DIDNT have the last pass icon hidden from your browser bar to see that its RED
I don't have it hidden, and I would go click on it to make sure the message is legitimate anyways. This is a non-issue unless you're retarded/lazy.
i bet you said that about your precious TOR browser back when the initial exploits were talked about
>i-its just for that bundle or this bundle
>b-both nodes could never be under control!
>comparing a phishing scheme to an actual exploit
not at all what i want
i'm talking something that makes passwords obsolete
i want to insert a physical key into my computer and have the site grant me access to my account. no maintaining a background database of login information, nothing. just like opening a door with a key.
thats called China, where every site is tied to their SSN (called something else in China)
which still wasnt full proof since when that COD Online for china came out people were faking their china ID's to get access, like Jeff Gerstmann from GiantBomb