Check account for password leak

A service that will help you find out if your personal data is in the data breach databases.

How do hackers steal accounts?

The password is still the most convenient identity protection method. It is also the most hackable. From time to time, scandals about a stolen database of a website or company can be seen in the news. Email data, encrypted access codes, and phone numbers can all get into the hands of hackers. Even if you are not registered on a resource hacked by cybercriminals, such leaks can also affect you.

Hackers can get their hands on a bunch of logins with passwords or information about a phone number. Users often use the same email and password for different resources, which allows attackers to steal an account. Therefore, if the resource you used is compromised, you should immediately change the authentication data not only there, but also everywhere where the same login and password combination was used.

How does checking against the database of leaked passwords work?

The online service allows you to find out if there is an email address, login, or phone number in the data breach databases. We monitor the emergence of such data and promptly update information about compromised logins.

To check your own data, you must enter a phone number, email, or login. The service does not store the requested data. The process is completely anonymous.

How to protect your personal data?

If you learn that your login has been compromised, you need to quickly change your login information on other resources. In the future, you should never use the same login and password for different resources.

Tips on how to protect yourself from account hacking:

  • Use a password manager. You can use a special application or tools built into the browser.
  • Use two-step verification. To enter resources with important information, it is better to use an additional verification step, such as verification codes or QR codes.
  • Use an antivirus on your computer or gadget.
  • Update applications regularly. Software developers regularly update programs, such as browsers, to remove bugs and flaws that hackers can use to steal data.
  • Change username and password combination regularly (once a year or more frequently).
  • Use different authentication information for different resources.
  • Come up with a complex username and password combinations that are difficult to find.
  • Use a VPN to prevent your information from being intercepted for added protection.
  • Be careful on resources where you are existing login information from a social network.