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  • Discover the number of password breaches associated with your work email domain.
  • Identify the top compromised email addresses and the number of related breaches.
  • Receive advice on how to protect yourself against a password breach. 

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    1. Submit your work email address

    Enter your work email address to reveal your exposure.

    2. The database is checked

    The database is hosted in the Cloud to allow for near real-time lookups and intensive data analytics.

    3. Get the Results

    Find out who has the most breached accounts in your organisation and guidance on how to secure your infrastructure.

    What will you discover?

    Your free Password Breach Results will: 

    • Reveal the number of associated password breaches against your email address.
    • Expose the email addresses of the worst offenders.
    • Identify the number of breaches relating to the compromised credentials.
    • Offer advice on how to protect yourself against a password breach.

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    Data breaches come in all shapes and sizes.
    Could you spot one?


    Ransomware is a type of malware that locks a victim’s data or device and threatens to keep it locked or worse unless the victim pays a ransom to the attacker. Ransomware attacks have evolved to include double-extortion (threatening to steal the victim’s data and leaking it online) and triple-extortion attacks (threatening to use the stolen data to attack the victim’s customers or business partners.)

    Phishing Attacks

    Phishing attacks are fraudulent emails, text messages, phone calls or web sites designed to trick users into downloading malware, sharing sensitive information or personal data. The attacker typically disguises themselves as a person or organization the victim trusts. They will create a sense of urgency that drives the victim to act rashly. 

    Credential Stuffing

    The hackers have got your credentials and are now going to attempt to log into multiple accounts under the assumption that, like many businesses, your end-users reuse the same password. If they're right, this gives them access to highly sensitive accounts, including administration rights.

    Business Email Compromise (BEC)

    Business Email Compromise (BEC) is a type of phishing or social engineering attack that primarily targets senior executives and finance department staff. The malicious party launching the attack impersonates someone with decision-making authority, likely someone who can authorize a financial transaction, provide system access, or release sensitive data. 

    Account Takeover (ATO)
    & Keylogging

    Account Takeover (ATO) & Keylogging is the result of criminals using stolen credentials to gain access and control of user accounts for monetary gain or to commit fraud. Once in charge, the criminal can drain the account of funds and us the account for further acts of fraud.  

    Threat Actor

    Threat actors, also known as cyber threat actors or malicious actors, are individuals or groups that intentionally cause harm to digital devices or systems. Threat actors exploit vulnerabilities in computer systems, networks, and software to perpetuate a variety of cyberattacks, including phishing, ransomware, and malware attacks.


    of data breaches due to weak, stolen or reused passwords.

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