Perhaps you’ve read one of the many articles out today about the security leak at LinkedIn? Business Insider reported:
6.5 million encrypted LinkedIn passwords have leaked, reports Norwegian IT site Dagens IT found via The Next Web.
The passwords were shared via a Russian hacker site, and security researcher Per Thorsheim confirms that the leak is legit.
LinkedIn hasn’t offered any statement on the incident at the time of this writing, but we would strongly suggest changing your password.
So, how do you change your password on LinkedIn? We’re glad you asked! This short video tutorial from Aleweb Social Marketing teaches you exactly what you need to know in less than a minute. Enjoy!