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LinkedIn Password Database Leaked!

LinkedIn, the social network for professionals, has reported that its user database has been hacked and the encrypted passwords of 6+ million users have been stolen. Even though the password database was encrypted, users with weak passwords could be exposed with brute-force hacking attempts. It is recommended that all LinkedIn users change their passwords.

Businessinsider.com has posted instructions on how to change your LinkedIn password.

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