Around the Net Resets 55,000 Passwords After Data Breah

  • Fortune, Tuesday, December 20, 2016 7:31 AM, an online learning site owned by LinkedIn, has reset the passwords for 55,000 accounts after the site experienced a massive data breach. The company revealed that hackers accessed its database which includes 9.5 million accounts including data such as names, email addresses and courses viewed. One targeted database also included password information on 55,000 users, which is why the company is urging customers to change their passwords.

Read the whole story at Fortune »

Next story loading loading..