Data Breach Check
Enter an email address to see if you have accounts with organizations hit by a data breach.
What is a data breach?
A data breach occurs when cybercriminals hack into organizations databases and steal sensitive information. The data, which is exposed to the public, can include, passwords, account numbers, correspondence, names, home addresses, Social Security numbers and more.
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Like thieves in the night, hackers and cybercriminals routinely break into the huge databases of corporations, retailers, websites and organizations.
They stole confidential customer and account information that should have been protected and secure. (See the list below of some major data breaches.)
The stolen data is eventually exposed to the public and/or posted on a site for other hackers to harvest.
Largest Data Breaches
|772,904,991||Collection #1 accounts|
|711,477,622||Onliner Spambot accounts|
|457,962,538||Anti Public Combo List accounts|
|393,430,309||River City Media Spam List accounts|
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All breach data sourced from haveibeenpwned.com.
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