CyberSecurityTips #18: Your password manager got hacked — now what?

If your password manager has been compromised, it's important to take some immediate steps to protect yourself.
First, change your passwords. If you're using the same password manager, create a new, strong master password that's different from any of your other passwords. Then, enable two-factor authentication if it's available.

Next, take a look at the information that was compromised. If any of your passwords were exposed, change them immediately. Also, be on the lookout for any strange activity on your accounts. If you see anything suspicious, report it to the relevant company or site immediately.

Finally, make sure to be extra vigilant in the future. Use strong and unique passwords for all of your accounts, and don't reuse passwords across multiple sites. Enable two-factor authentication whenever possible, and keep an eye out for any unusual activity on your accounts. By taking these precautions, you can help protect yourself in the event that your password manager is compromised again.