- Feb 4, 2016
Bitwarden's credentials autofill feature contains a risky behavior that could allow malicious iframes embedded in trusted websites to steal people's credentials and send them to an attacker.
The issue was reported by analysts at Flashpoint, who said Bitwarden first learned of the problem in 2018 but chose to allow it to accommodate legitimate sites that use iframes.
Although the auto-fill feature is disabled on Bitwarden by default, and the conditions to exploit it aren't abundant, Flashpoint says there are still websites that meet the requirements where motivated threat actors can attempt to exploit these flaws.
(Un)conditional auto-fillBitwarden is a popular open-source password management service with a web browser extension that stores secrets like account usernames and passwords in an encrypted vault. ... ... ...
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