Experts are advising LinkedIn users to watch out for scam emails that appear to be from the social networking site.
Adrian Chen from the Gawker website said the spam emails are likely to be slightly different in appearance. You should not give away any login details.
First change your LinkedIn password. Then prepare for scam emails about Linkedin password changes, linking to phishing sites. Will happen.
Warning: LinkedIn was hacked. Be on the lookout for spam emails that are slightly different than the spam emails LinkedIn usually sends.
Users have also been advised to change their password to something unique, that they are not using on any other website. The nakedsecurity blog provides a guide on how to do this.
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