It was reported yesterday that LinkedIn lost 6.5 million passwords due to a security breach.
It’s always good to go ahead and change your password even if you may not have been affected.
How To Change Your LinkedIn Password. Below are the 5 easy steps:
1. Visit LinkedIn
2. If you are not automatically logged in, go ahead and sign in like you normally would.
3. Click on your name in the upper right and select Settings from the drop down menu.
4. Click change next to Password. The word Password is listed directly under your Primary Email listing.
5. Enter your current password and create a new one.
Select passwords that contain both letters and numbers. Also, don’t use the same password for all your social media sites.
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