LinkedIn Hack - Millions of Accounts for Sale on the Dark Web
LinkedIn recently announced that the account information of 117 million LinkedIn users recently surfaced on the online black market. The information was apparently stolen during the 2012 LinkedIn data breach.
If you are a member of LinkedIn, we suggest you change your password immediately. Once logged into your account, hover over your photo in the top right corner which will bring up “Accounts & Settings”. Click on “Privacy & Settings”, then “Change Password”.
For more information about this breach and how you can protect your account visit: https://fightingidentitycrimes.com/linkedin-hacked-167-million-accounts-sale-dark-web/
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