Data breaches are happening all the time. Ever wondered if your details are floating around on the dark web? Here’s how you can check
If your personal data has been compromised, you often won’t learn about it until TMobile, Facebook, Marriott, DoorDash, LinkedIn or any other company you’ve trusted with your information notifies you about a data breach. By that time your birthday, Social Security number, credit card number, health records or other data will have already been exposed or stolen.
How to use Google’s Password Checkup:
As part of its password manager service, Google offers the free Password Checkup tool, which monitors usernames and passwords you use to sign into sites outside of Google’s domain and notifies you if those login credentials have been exposed. (You may remember Password Checkup when it was a Chrome extension you had to add separately to Google’s browser. This is the same tool folded into Google’s password manager.)
Also, Mozilla’s free Firefox Monitor service helps you track which of your email addresses have been part of known data breaches.
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