It has been reported that KO Websites on LinkedIn has been hacked today. According to the story on CNET, a person in a Russian Forum has claimed to have uploaded more than 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords. The claim has not been confirmed yet but there are twitter users claiming they’ve already found their passwords on the list.
To change your LinkedIn password, log onto your account. Click on your name in the upper right corner and then click on the link for Settings. In the Settings section, click on the Change link next to Password. You’ll be prompted to to enter your old password and then create a new one. Aim to pick a complex password that’s not easy to decipher. Then click on the Change Password button.
By: Robert O’Donnell
Social Media Marketing Manager at KO Websites