Following on from news earlier in the week that both business networking site LinkedIN and dating website eHarmony had been targeted by hackers, it now seems that Last.fm is the latest site to fall victim to password thieves. The online music streaming site has posted on its blog that they are "currently investigating the leak of some of Last.fm user passwords." It is not yet known if this "leak" is connected to the previous hackings but the blog post urges users to change their passwords "as a precautionary measure."

If you haven’t already we think it would be a good idea to have a mass change up on all your passwords across all websites where a log-in is required, as there is no telling if this will be e the last(fm) website to announce password leaks.