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LinkedIn hack FAQ: What you Need To Know

Armando Rodriguez and Nick Mediati | June 7, 2012
LinkedIn users awoke to a nasty surprise today as word spread that hackers breached LinkedIn's servers and leaked passwords for nearly 6.5 million user accounts. LinkedIn didn't acknowledge the hack until midday Wednesday afternoon, when the company finally confirmed that a certain number of member passwords had indeed been compromised.

For still more tips, see our overview of what to do if you ever become a victim of a data breach. So change your passwords, don't click on any suspicious links, and stay safe out there, folks.


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