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LinkedIn hacked for 6.5 million passwords

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Many sources have this report:
http://www.digitaltrends.com/social-media/linkedin-6-5-million-passwords-leaked-as-ios-app-comes-under-fire/

They all say "change your LinkedIn password now".  What also comes to mind is that more spam will be generated by scammers exploiting this news story. They will be saying "click here to change your password", or "your LinkedIn account has been hacked", etc. etc.

Expect more spam purporting to be from LinkedIn. If you have whitelisted this domain, read carefully before you click on any links.



Here is how to check SpamSentinel.



Open the SpamSentinelAdmin.nsf database, open the Global Domains view and check for a linkedin.com or bounce.linked.com document and remove it.

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