LinkedIn security breech, change your password
I’m saddened to have seen this happen to LinkedIn but after this type of incident its good practice to change your password for LinkedIn immediately. See the full article here https://thenextweb.com/socialmedia/2012/06/06/bad-day-for-linkedin-6-5-million-hashed-passwords-reportedly-leaked-change-yours-now/
Those of you that know me are probably tired of hearing me bang on about passwords. They are a serious issue and hard to maintain and remember, but there are solutions, really easy solutions.
I HIGHLY recommend you try RoboForm. It’s a silly name but it’s a web site and online password manager and is just excellent. It costs $20 a year and will save you hours of time and effort as well as solving your poor password issues in a second, so it could save you a lot more. They have a 30 day free trial, I promise that you won’t be able to live without it.
It syncs with a RoboForm App on iPhones, Android, iPads and other tablets, so wherever you are you will have access to your web sites and passwords.
It also fills in forms automatically. You can create different identities so I have a person one, a WSI one, etc. These can even include card details so no more filling in forms, one click fills it in, all you have to do is check it’s correct.
No I don’t earn anything from selling RoboForm but I do get more secure client logins which is better than being paid 🙂 Go on, treat yourself, you’re worth it…