In case you still don’t know by now, hackers have stolen 8 million passwords from LinkedIn and eHarmony. The first thing you need to do, regardless of if you are still activate on those social sites is to change your password immediately.
Hackers can still use information you have stored on those sites, or spread malicious content through your account access. Even worse, your existing password could be used to guess your account access on other social networks or membership accounts. So please change your password as soon as possible.
If you are absolutely interested in knowing if your password has been compromised, check your LinkedIn password here, and your eHarmony password here. (NOTE: Be sure to change your password first before checking as the site will require you to enter in the existing password to check it.)
Be aware that its probably a good idea to change your password anyways even if you are not part of the 8 million hacked accounts. If you find that your password has been compromised, please also change it no only in LinkedIn and eHarmony, but also any other sites where you use the same password. And please don’t do anything like enter your new password to check…
What are LinkedIn and eHarmony doing about this?
Remember that here and elsewhere, no one should ever have to ask for you to verify your username and password information.