LinkedIn hacked?

Do you use LinkedIn?

If so a group has claimed to have obtained around 6 million passwords and is trying to break the encryption on them for nefarious purposes.

There has been no confirmation that a security breach has actually occurred but if you use a Cloud service it is prudent to assume such claims may be true and take the precaution of changing your login password.

To change your password log in to LinkedIn, hover over your name on the top right and select “settings”. There is a link to password change on the settings page.

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Graeme Rawlings
“Customer service is not a department, it’s everyone’s job”

Graeme Rawlings
Think I.T. Team

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