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The Dark Side of Data Breach Monitoring

Bottom Line IT
October 4, 2016 11:00 AM

computer-1245714_960_720.jpgA site that's been warning the public about data breaches might actually be doing more harm than good. Enter LeakedSource, a giant repository online that can potentially make hacking easier. Your email address and the associated Internet accounts, including the passwords, is probably in it.


For US$2 a day, a subscriber at LeakedSource can enter an email address or username and find details on what internet accounts it was used to registered with. Not only that, LeakedSource will crack the associated passwords when it can. Full article HERE

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