eWeek - Last week, the technology world was buzzing about the celebrity picture hack that involved Apple's iCloud service. While Apple is now making attempts to improve user security, other online services have too.
LinkedIn, for one, has announced multiple steps it is taking to improve user security. For starters, LinkedIn will now provide users with full visibility into logged-in user session information to identify any potentially unauthorized access. Google has long provided a similar feature. Going a step further, LinkedIn is taking specific precautions to help users identify any anomalous password activities.
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