At the time this post was written, LinkedIn has not confirmed the breach but the LinkedIn password breach has been confirmed but numerous security experts outside of the company. We will list any updates at the bottom of the article. We strongly recommend changing your LinkedIn password as soon as possible.
How to Change LinkedIn Password
1. Login and go to your settings area in upper right hand corner.
2. Select change password.
3. Enter old password and enter new password. Generate a secure password from Symantec.
4. If you use the same password on other sites, change those passwords as well.
There were 6.5 million encoded LinkedIn passwords posted to this Russian hack site. Change your password now!