LastPass, a popular password manager with over 25.6 million users, recently announced that it had suffered a massive data breach that exposed encrypted password vaults and other user data. The company has not provided much information about the breach, including how many password vaults were compromised or how many users were affected. Given the scale of the breach and LastPass’s lack of transparency and response, it is time for users to consider switching to a different password manager. Options include 1Password, Dashlane, and Bitwarden. It is also a good reminder to regularly review and update your online security practices, including using strong and unique passwords and enabling two-factor authentication whenever possible.