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How To Check If Your LinkedIn Password Was Hacked

Do you wanna know if you were one of the 6.5 million lucky LinkedIn users who got hacked on Wednesday? If you don't know what we are talking about then please, do come out of your cave and look deep into the eyes of the monster staring right at you while everyone is busy trying to hide their valuables from the 'GODDDZZZIIILLLLAAAA' (!) and follow our link to catchup on our story (yeah, we cool like that).

We are going to share with you two links through which you can find out if your LinkedIn account was hacked or not. One of the links comes from LastPass, the manager that manages all your passwords. The other comes from a site dedicated to the purpose, http://leakedin.org/. All you need to do on either of these sites is to open them up on your browser, enter your LinkedIn password where it says, "type your password here" and that's it. This will give you the much deserved peace of mind and knock you off your shoes and teach you a little about unsalted passwords.

Both of these methods are safe and can be used anywhere. Take it from us, the RHA Gurus! We will never misguide you, cross our hearts and hope to get hacked and cracked.

Now, the first thing that you should do is to change your password (if you already haven't done so already). Secondly, change your password to all the sites that you visit. It will give you an extra edge over the hackers.

This is the RHA Gurus signing off! Be safe, be happy!


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