As a 411 and service to our followers, we just learned a supposed Russian hacker has leaked 6.5 million users and passwords from LinkedIn. Of course, there are over 150 million users on LinkedIn. But now would be the wise time to change your LinkedIn Password.

To change your password:
Log into LinkedIn. Up at the top right, locate your name. Hover over your name. Click on Settings. In the left column will be “Password change”. Click on Password change. Follow the instructions to secure a new password.

Here are some of the sites reporting the leak:

CNet News

I just changed mine. What are you waiting for?

Here’s updated information from the LinkedIn blog and about password changes.