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Thread: How many of your Accounts have been hacked?

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    How many of your Accounts have been hacked?

    The world’s becoming more digital with the help of technology and its gadgets. The number of social media users are increasing and they all are happily using various social networking websites through web version and through applications. Social Networks collects your information to setup your own profile so you can connect with the real friends or if you want to build up your own network, it helps you out. For the very same reason, hackers are actively working to steal your personal datas.

    We have seen this a number of times that millions of accounts of the real users have been hacked by the hackers. Recently, a popular photo sharing platform, Instagram got hacked and millions of celebrities and other normal people’s account were hacked and they put all the accounts with their respective details such as emails and contact numbers on sale on the dark web.

    Before getting into the real digital world, you should understand some basic things about securing your account so that your data can not be stolen by any such hackers. We have seen that people do love to use the same Passwords on various websites and social networks. So if your account’s password is hacked by a hacker, he will be able to use it to open other accounts of yours by getting information from the stolen email Ids. This is something which we all should take care about.

    If you are eager to know whether your account was hacked or not, there is one interesting website available to get you the correct data related to your personal account. This information is quite interesting and I think you all should give it a check at least for once. Have I been pwend? is the website which will get you the details of your accounts associated with your Email address.

    In order to check for this service, all you need to do is just enter your email Id and hit the pwned? button. The next page will either be a green one or a red one. If you see Green page, that means your account was safe and was not hacked by anyone but if you see red page, you are in the list of 4 billion accounts which were hacked as per the database of HIBP.

    If you see Red page, then you should change all the Passwords associated with the email ID that you have entered to check the status of your personal accounts. This is an essential thing which you should do as quick as possible as your other accounts can be spied and stolen using the same credentials. Make sure you change the Password to the strong password. There are a number of applications available to help you generate the best passwords. You can even manage your password of different accounts by making use of such applications. They are there for absolutely free and will help you to secure your accounts and to remember all of your accounts’ passwords.

    One more interesting thing about this pwned service is if you are safe and got the green page after checking in with your email ID, you would see a link with, “Notify me when I get pwned“. This means, if your account ever get hacked by anyone, the team of this service will instantly send you an email so you can quickly change the password of your account and can secure them.

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    thx @jimmy7 for this info..

    just checked and my gmail is safe but wife email have been "pwned"

    gonna contact my ISP asap..

    to all TI users you should check about this..
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    Thanks @jimmy7 really helpful...
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    Seems like a great way of harvesting emails for junk mail.


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