LinkedIn's mea culpa

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http://www.itwire.com – LinkedIn has issued a public explanation of its response to the recent password theft, along with an apology to its users. {loadposition stephen08}LinkedIn might have initially been silent about the security breach that saw six million password hashes exposed, but the company has now explained more about what happened and its response. Unsurprisingly, there are no clues about who 'stole' the password hash file or how they did it, but LinkedIn confirmed that the password hashes were theirs. The company first disabled accounts with passwords known to have been decoded, followed by those th (IT news)