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"ICMPTX" is a very, very minor risk in most real-world situations. It's basically a way for two cooperating programs to sneak data past a firewall that's only looking for data exfiltration over traditional protocols (TCP, UDP, etc.). Unless your AWS VPC is infested with malware and your firewall is inspecting packets for attempted data exfiltration, I ...
The red flag mentioned by Mark is not quite an argument. If you read their technical overview to the end you will notice that all keys can be stored locally and no internet connection is required. Nevertheless it is closed source. So no, you can not trust them.
No answer The answer to your question is dependent on which cloud storage provider you are talking about, there is no official "cloud storage security layer" shared across all providers. The best way to secure cloud data is still an open ended question, so the different attempts at it are myriad.
The checkbox in the screenshot refers to the Firefix Password Manager without Master Password, although it doesn't check and it works in both cases. I guess most of the time people use the password manager in Firefox without master password. They login to a site, Firefox offers to store the password, they agree, and that's it. This is the use case for most ...
In my opinion, Lastpass is referring to the Firefox password manager insecure when the user is not using master password for Firefox. Which won't be apples-to-apples comparison. Firefox uses 3DES for storing passwords and in case master password is not set, null ("") is used, which is insecure for sure. To read in detail about how Chrome, IE and Firefox ...
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