The popular but vulnerable tool to store your passwords has been hacked according to a posting on their own web site.
They detected an intrusion to their servers and said that while encrypted user data (aka your stored passwords for other sites) was not stolen the hackers did take LastPass account email addresses, password reminders, server per user salts and authentication hashes. If you use this service you should change your login password immediately.
This loss of sensitive information will never happen using our service, metaPassword, since your password never leaves your browser. It is never stored on our server, so your master password remains secure no matter what.