Last.fm Passwords Also Leaked

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Last.fm Passwords Also Leaked


Yesterday it was LinkedIn and eHarmony accounts compromised; today it’s Last.fm. The music-streaming service is advising users to change their passwords immediately.

To change your password, just go straight to Last.fm’s change password page. If you don’t remember your password, you can reset it here.

We might sound like a broken record, but in the interest of helping you stay safe, remember to use unique passwords for every site. A password manager like LastPass, KeyPass or 1Password can help.

What a rotten week for online security.

Last.fm Password Security Update [Last.fm]

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