How to find out if your email and password are hackers

How to find out if your email and password are hackers

How to find out if your email and password are hackers

How to find out if your email and password are hackers

Today it is increasingly difficult to keep our data safe; especially email and password, which we use more everywhere.

When we make an account, we have a blind trust

Every time you create an account, you have to "identify" yourself with something, or with your phone number, or with your email address, or with your Google account, Facebook, Twitter, etc.
All would be good if the site you account for would be 100% focused on the security of the data in their possession.

The worst thing is, all accounts are based on an email address

If you now want to log in to a site, you automatically log in with Facebook, but this Facebook is also based on an email address that you used when you signed up.
If a hacker is in possession of an email address, he has access to all of your accounts by resetting your password by email.

How do I get my password and email on the hacker's hand?

From time to time, some large sites or service providers forget the "open back door" and hackers enter and steal data. These are some security breaches that hackers identify and use to steal data, which they then sell online.

How do we find out if our password and email have reached hackers?

On the site enter your email and password into search boxes and search. If your email or password has been found in any stolen database, you will receive a red confirmation message on the screen. If your email address is not in any database, then you will receive a message on the screen, displayed on a green background.

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    1. I generally know these dangers and that's why I have login in 2 steps, get sms when someone is trying to connect to my account, etc. But is this site safe? I mean, why would I trust my passwords to be there?

      • do not bang a brother password. just put the password on the official website and right as it is authentication in 2 steps. with confirmation on mobile and at gmail and at yahoo.

    2. No password required. Just email for verification.

    3. Your password is not necessarily stolen.
      The email address can appear in hacker databases. So it bombs you with spam.

    4. Very good tutorial, Thank you Cristi.

    5. it's true…. we give them blackberries in the mouths of those who are the owners of the respective site, the password-mail, where for sure, we have emails, pictures, we have an icloud account ,,,, etc. sure is not to check, but to take the initiative and change the password twice, directly from the site yahoo, gmail, etc, I say twice so that there is no gate where it could say ,,,,, peacocks old password so he can't take control again.

      • how do you give them their password if that site only requires e-mail ?????? pfff :) :)):

        • And on the sites where you are registered… your password is well set (often encrypted)
          Yes, sites are broken and daily information is stolen, but I say I do not give it to paranoia 😉, you can protect yourself by different methods (changing the password, authentication in 2 steps, and notifications in case of something)

    6. mail address on yahoo I think I know all the sites but the password that I use in yahoo mail I do not write it in yahoo.
      even on the sites at the e-mail address I put myself [especially if I don't have to go in again] one that comes to mind 334 or at home 657anything; more difficult to say so is when you enter that site often as e.g. in the forum there you have to compose a password to remember… ..

    7. Ionel Manea said

      Yes, first of all very educational, the second point (and I'm not embarrassed to write it) is the fact that I found myself with the mail in 10 sites, 4 of them on Adobe, 2 on some torrents, and ( now my perplexity appears) 4 sites where I know for sure that I didn't make an account …… LinkedIn (I knew it), Anti Public Combo List (I have no idea what this is), Exploit.In (now I see the first and iMesh (I don't know about him either). All between 2013 and 2017. More than likely one of them used my password, or "broken" the 2017 password (I don't know what the password was anymore), becoming one of the victims of "wannacry ransomware" (by June 2017, as if I told you about this episode). Even now I have not recovered my pictures (I am sorry for those of my nephew from birth to two years old).

    8. This site does not work properly, on the first search it gave me the result FATAL…. On the following searches for the same address it gave me the result as nothing was found and it is ok. The bottom line: a site crap

    9. Vacarescu Adrian said

      that site gave me some sites I never entered

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