Friday, June 08, 2012

Last.FM Compromised

After LinkedIn get compromised and their user's password gets released on the wild, now Last.FM is having the same breach. The leaked information are unsalted MD5 hashes. At least one million of these hashes have already been cracked and the clear text passwords have also been posted on the internet.

If you are Last.FM users, i would suggest you to change your password ASAP.