The popular password manager 1Password has disclosed a security incident that was linked to the recent breach at Okta, a company that provides identity and access management services.

“We detected suspicious activity on our Okta instance related to their Support System incident. After a thorough investigation, we concluded that no 1Password user data was accessed,” reads a very brief security incident notification from 1Password CTO Pedro Canahuati.

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“On September 29, we detected suspicious activity on our Okta instance that we use to manage our employee-facing apps.”

“We immediately terminated the activity, investigated, and found no compromise of user data or other sensitive systems, either employee-facing or user-facing.”

1Password said that no user data was accessed during the incident and that all user accounts remain secure. However, the company is recommending that all users change their master passwords as a precaution.

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