Are there any examples where something goes wrong. For example, say people misused password managers and got hacked or take some loss? If so how?
Basically, I sort of know the typical vulnerabilities of password management (or more likely their users). In particular I am interested in problems that have actually happened.
I wonder if there is any case where people used 1Password or LastPass and got hacked anyway and lost money or something significant.
The hack doesn't have to be the password managers' fault. It could be the users' own fault, which I want to avoid making.
I want to see examples so I can better understand all the vulnerabilities.
What I mainly look for is case where someone with a bitcoin account lost bitcoin even though he used 1Password, AllPass, for example.
Most likely it's the users' own fault. I want to know what sort of faults I need to worry about when I am using password managers.
I am aware that AllPass got hacked, but nobody lost their money because of that.
This includes any points of failure, such as forgetting master passwords. Anything "undesirable" that's not deliberate and not deliberate.