There are rumours on Twitter today that 6.5 million user passwords have been stolen from Linkedin.
Just in case these rumours turn out to be true, it is a good idea to change your Linkedin Password. Here’s a quick screencast to show you how to do this – Linkedin’s settings changed recently so you might find the right place hard to find.
Linkedin has confirmed the security breech and has put in place some additional precautions. All users whose password has been stolen will find that their current password will no longer work. You can read more on the Linkedin Blog.
Linkedin has also given its own advice on password choice and other security steps you might take here.
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