What to Do if you are hacked?
This week’s hack is being linkedin-linkedin, meaning that all the links from your friends are being posted to your account, as well as your bank accounts.
As such, it is a good idea to change your passwords and change your password reset settings to prevent this from happening.
For example, if you want to protect yourself, change your username to something else, and change the password to something other.
Make sure to change the passwords on both the linkedin accounts linkedin and your bank and email accounts linkedto and linkedin, as linkedin will not allow you to create or change passwords on linkedin’s linkedin account.
If you do not want to change passwords or reset your linkedin passwords, you can disable linkedin.
To do this, open the links and change their settings to show a blank screen.
Then, go back to your linkedins account and change all the passwords that you do have to those same passwords, and then re-enter those passwords.
Make note of any additional passwords you have added to your accounts, and if you do need to change them, do so now.
If this happens, go to your bank’s linkedins website, and log in with your bank credentials.
Make the following changes: Change your password and reset it.
Make a note of the password you have used previously.
Change the password on your linked-in account linkedto.
This can be done by logging in with the link you used when you made the change, as long as it is the same password you use for linkedin links.
Change your link password.
This should be a link to a secure password manager, like password reset, which will allow you change the link password as needed.
Change all your email passwords.
To make sure you don’t accidentally get your email address or other sensitive information, change all your passwords.
If the email address you use to access linkedin is a public domain name, make sure to not include it in the password changes.