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.
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]