If you’re changing your LinkedIn password because you’re worried about having been hacked, make sure to click on this option.
Part of the LinkedIn hacked data is now publicly available and searchable.
The company says it has forced “more than 100 million” people to change their passwords.
A group of seemingly benign hackers is targeting the online accounts of several big name personalities.
After new leak of more than 100 million user passwords, the company is trying to limit the damage in any way it can.
Four years later, the 2012 LinkedIn breach just got way worse.