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Cybersecurity Experts Comment on LinkedIn Data Breach

Information Security Buzz

“The sheer idea of hacking and stealing data is based on being stealth and hackers are really good at that.  Well, here’s proof that my opinion was correct.  I’m inclined to believe LinkedIn genuinely might not have known the extent of the breach.  I mean, why would they admit to it and say they lost ‘only’ 6 million passwords?  The damage is the same whether they admit to 6 or to 116.  Everyone on LinkedIn should’ve changed their password by now.  Everyone received a notification of the breach and if someone still hasn’t change their password, their account should be locked and deleted.” (Read More)

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