BREAKING: 6.5 million Linkedin passwords leaked online

BREAKING: 6.5 million Linkedin passwords leaked online

London : United Kingdom | Jun 06, 2012 at 9:19 AM PDT
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Nearly 6.5 million Linkedin passwords have been leaked online. A Russian forum user has uploaded 6,458,020 encrypted passwords as proof of hacking, reported the Mashable. Our team is currently looking into reports of stolen passwords. Stay tuned for more,” the Linkedin officials posted the message on Twitter on June 6.

Users of the professional social networking site are now being urged to change their login details as soon as possible.

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