Please help spread the word. The LinkedIn password leak is far more dangerous than 99% of the people imagine...
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- I'm changing my passwords now, because someday my banking information might actually be useful..... (I hope, I hope!)Jun 7, 2012
- Thanks for the information. I should have been clear, I do use 2 factor authentication. So I'm fairly confident my email account is secure. However, I'm curious if this is being a little over confident. If a hacker has my email address, but not access, and a password from LinkedIn, can they do much? Thanks!Jun 7, 2012
- I have no idea but I have no money or secrets eitherJun 7, 2012
- I'm pretty philosophical about the whole thing. I do everything I can, but I don't go crazy trying to secure it all 100%. If anonymous wants me, they're gonna get me, there's not much I can do about that. But I can deal with the bit trawlers pretty easily.Jun 7, 2012
- Yeah tell them to come on downJun 7, 2012
- Okay, here's the best and simplest explanation of how to create secure passwords.
Steve's a little crazy, but a certified genius.Jun 8, 2012