Ulistic and others warn of password breach at Linked In. – 06062012

Over 6 million passwords may have been breached at Linked In. This statement was issued in a PSA from Ulistic. I though this was just a spoof or spam itself and searched for more info. I found an article at PC World verifying the issue.  At the article on PC World it even discussed about how password issues have left the Dropbox account of a presidential candidate available for exploitation.  So apparently this is a real active threat. Read the article in the PC World link and evaluate if it may be time for you to change your passwords.

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