Change Your Last.fm Password Right Now!

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Yesterday it was LinkedIn, and today it’s Last.fm.The streaming music service has warned its users about a severe password leak, reports SlashGear.

The company is asking all of its users to change their passwords.

If you’re a member of the service, head over there and do it now.

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