Yes, it's important, but the title's present tense is a lie: "LastPass Accounts Can Be 'Completely Compromised' When Users Visit Sites "
Say goodbye Microsoft keyboard and mouse. Glad I had a spare
The Java browser plugin infected millions, loaded bloatware, and generally has been a nuisance for years.
Let's not pretend SSL certs were supposed to do things they're not. You can be certain no one is imitating the malware site. And that's all a SSL cert means.
If bankers can count, how come they have eight windows and only four tellers?