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Jun 7, 2012

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LinkedIn is a popular site for people looking to make contacts, find a new job, or, apparently, steal millions of passwords. Over six million user passwords may have been stolen from the social networking site in a recent hack. If…

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The LinkedIn hack: What you need to do about it

by Molly Wood Jun 7, 2012
And are we just stuck with the current problematic password system forever? Yes. Yes, we are.

LinkedIn is a popular site for people looking to make contacts, find a new job, or, apparently, steal millions of passwords. Over six million user passwords may have been stolen from the social networking site in a recent hack. If you don’t share password across websites, you’ll probably be fine — but most people use the same password for several sites because remembering a different one for each site is a pain in the neck, and those people need to change their password methods now.