Music-streaming website Last.fm has warned its millions of users to change their passwords immediately.
In an advisory posted on its website, Last.fm says that it is currently investigating a possible leak of passwords.
The news comes soon after similar password breaches at LinkedIn and eHarmony.
Although the website is not confirming that there has been a security breach yet, it isn't being shy about informing users that there could be a problem. As users log into Last.fm they are advised to change their password as a precaution.
Of course, it also makes sense to review whether you are using the same password on any other websites too. If you are, then you should change them there as well - and make sure that you never use the same password on multiple websites.
❝Sometimes you need perspective. You’ve been right in front of greatness so often that you need to step back and see it again for the first time. This is the dressing room rehearsal for American Idol. NO MICROPHONE. No effects. ❞– Andy WarHOV.