LinkedIn Warns 9.5 Million Lynda Users About Database Breach

LinkedIn Warns 9.5 Million Lynda Users About Database Breach


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Less then four weeks after Microsoft formally acquired LinkedIn for $26 billion, there’s been a database breach. An anonymous reader writes: LinkedIn is sending emails to 9.5 million users of Lynda.com, its online learning subsidiary, warning the users of a database breach by “an unauthorized third party”. The affected database included contact information for at least some of the users. An email to customers says “while we have no evidence that your specific account was accessed or that any data has been made publicly available, âwe wanted to notify you as a precautionary measure.” Ironically, the breach comes less than a month after Russia blocked access to LinkedIn over privacy concerns.
LinkedIn has also reset the passwords for 55,000 Lynda.com accounts (though apparently many of its users don’t have accounts with passwords).

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