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Reddit announced it would require users to reset their passwords following the release of a dataset containing 100 million LinkedIn emails and password combinations from a 2012 breach. While Reddit did not refer directly mention the release of LinkedIn data, founding engineer Christopher Slowe (KeyserSosa) stated that the decision was prompted by “a general uptick […]

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If you cast your minds back to the summer of 2012 then you’ll vaguely remember something about LinkedIn being hacked. Data was stolen and there were plenty of red faces in the social networks office, I’m sure. Despite the huge scale of the hack, LinkedIn carried on and everything slowly got back to normal. That […]

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If you’ve been getting more email notifications from LinkedIn than you’d like, there’s some good news from the social network: you’re going to see a lot less of them. LinkedIn announced in a blog post this week that it’s launching a new platform that will tailor the volume and frequency of email, SMS and mobile […]

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