Are you details for sale on the Dark Web?

Use our free tool to find out in seconds if your email address has been stolen or compromised. Simply enter your email address – we’ll then run it through a comprehensive database of all email addresses stolen over the last few years.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Dark Web?

It is the part of the internet that isn’t indexed by search engines. By it’s nature users are anonymous with all routing across multiple networks and encrypting at every step.

If you look for things using Google, BING and Yahoo then you are only finding results of around .04% of the indexed Internet.

They have my credentials. Now what?

This is where action needs to be taken. What have they got access to and what could they do?

If you have your card stored on a website, such as Amazon, with those credentials could they be fraudulently purchasing goods or services on your behalf. Take action now to protect yourself and your business.

How does Dark Web monitoring help protect my business?

Yes we offer a service to monitor the Dark Web on your behalf. It is part of a toolkit made up to protect your business and help mitigate cyber threats.

Why does it matter?

It’s a bit like someone having a master key to your property. They may not use it today or tomorrow but at somepoint they will use it to gain something from you.

That was my password but isn't now

Sometimes the data leaks show credentials (username and/or password) that you used in the past. Now you may think you are safe but using these credentials the likelihood is that your username is the same and your password is a version of the one they have. For example: Password1 becomes Password2 or Password! becomes Password£ or even P@ssw0rd1.