Jun 11, 2012, 01.50 PM IST | Source: Tech2.com
The news of 6.5 million LinkedIn hashed passwords being stolen and subsequently published on unauthorized ...
The news of 6.5 million LinkedIn hashed passwords being stolen and subsequently published on unauthorized websites is not unknown to anyone now, and LinkedIn has finally given updates about the security breach on their blog. The company has stated that it is closely working with the FBI, as they aggressively chase down the perpetrators of this crime. The company is trying to be as transparent as possible in the investigation, while preserving the security of their members, at the same time. They have made a couple of statements via their official blog post.
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