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LinkedIn became a victim of serious data theft because approximately 700 million users disclosed important data to the Internet

LinkedIn became a victim of serious data theft because approximately 700 million users disclosed important data to the Internet

Like Facebook, Clubhouse, and Reddit, LinkedIn has also become a victim of hackers who leaked user data from online social media platforms. Among the 756 million LinkedIn users, about 700 million user data leaked through the Internet. In the PrivacySharks and Restoreprivacy reports, users’ personal information is published online, including their personal phone numbers, locations, and email addresses.

LinkedIn recently admitted that public details of its users are posted online, including their email addresses, names, and identifiers. LinkedIn explained their new incident, “This is not a data breach. The personal data of LinkedIn members have not been disclosed.” The platform also stated that it is still investigating the case.

So far, this appears to be the result of removing parts from the platform, and that this information was collected from external sources. LinkedIn stated that deleting information from the platform completely violates its policy and will do its best to protect user data. For example, an unidentified hacker posted the data of approximately 1 million users on the dark web, including the user’s email ID, mobile phone number, and location address.

The purpose of this article is to provide sensitive information to attackers. Information from users. Hackers also tried to sell data to 92% of users. Multi-media organizations tried to contact the hacker, and the hacker responded that it was obtained through the LinkedIn API to obtain information published by people on the Internet.

The good news is that this information does not include account passwords, but the worrying thing is that open data is still very valuable and can also be used for phishing activities. It is recommended that users return to confirm their account settings. To protect their data, users should also change their account passwords frequently, enable two-factor authentication as much as possible, and be careful when accepting requests from unknown users on the platform.

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LinkedIn became a victim of serious data

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So far, this appears to be the result of removing parts from the platform, and that this information was collected from external sources. LinkedIn stated that deleting information from the platform completely violates its policy and will do its best to protect user data. The purpose of this article is to provide sensitive information to attackers.

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