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Tech December 19, 2016 10:00

san francisco -, the LinkedIn branch offered training has users Saturday informed that their passwords are reset. The mail was sent because the data of 55 thousand members, are viewed 'by a third party.'

' We have recently found out that a third party who had no permission, has gained access to data from Lynda. com, such as contacts and followed training. We will inform you on this matter of precaution, '' says Lynda. com. As yet there are no stolen passwords.

In total, the database data is stored on 9.5 million users of Lynda. com. They also get another message about it. The company has taken steps to help protect user accounts.

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