6.5 Millions of LinkedIn passwords reportedly leaked online
Yesterday, We have announced on our Facebook that your LinkedIn account may be in danger, so just change it. Mashable reports that a hacker from Russia has hacked 6.5 million LinkedIn password. Although this claim is yet to be confirmed, but active people in twitter had already reported that they have found their #tags of their own LinkedIn password list(Source: news.cnet.com).
Now the big question arises that how would someone know his LinkedIn password has been hacked or compromised. And if it has been hacked how to change the password easily. After a deep research into this subject we find one tool which exactly tells you whether your password has been compromised or not. Let me show what it is and how to use this tool.
There is a very simple tool and complete website dedicated to password protection. here is the link of the website known as lastpass.com?
How to use Last pass.com? And How to check whether your LinkedIn Password has been compromised or not?
This is amazing website which comes with lot of free features as well as premium features which you can also use it for such as..
- ONE MASTER PASSWORD
- AUTOMATIC FORM FILLING
- ONE CLICK LOGIN
- SECURE YOUR DATA
- SYNCHRONIZE ACROSS BROWSERS
- STORE SECURE NOTES!
Now let me show you here how use this website
Login to http://www.lastpass.com/linkedin
Now enter your LinkedIn email id and within in few seconds you will come to know the result, if you think you are probably the lucky one, think twice because the hackers might have only posted a partial list. Thus you get the result like this..
Change your Password?
Now to change your password you can either you this tool and can set the master password for all your account or you can login to LKN site and click on the forget password.