6.5 Million Hashed LinkedIn Passwords Posted on Hacker Site
You probably see that in my previous post, I talk about Last.fm.
According to the LinkedIn blog, no email logins associated with the passwords have been published, nor have they received any verified reports of unauthorized access to any member’s account as a result of this event.
Immediately when I logged in, I saw a message about changing my password. If you have an account there, I would also suggest that you do the same: https://www.linkedin.com/uas/request-password-reset?trk=pwblog (which is also linked in the blog if you do not feel comfortable with clicking that link).
With multiple passwords and changes between home and work, I’m thankful to have an app to keep track of my passwords. How do you keep track of you passwords? Do you use the same password for multiple accounts? I’m trying to get away from doing that.