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Data Breach Information Center

These days, it’s almost impossible to avoid being involved in a data breach.  The biggest thing you can do is stay proactive on changing your passwords often and using 2-Factor Authentication where you can. (Where they verify you not only by password, but on visiting for the first time with a new device, you must also enter in a code that is sent to your cell phone.)  We have provided these tools so you can stay up on your email or password being in a breach.  If you find it listed here, you will want to immediately change your password to keep your accounts safe.  Of course, if you have any concerns, Digicom is here to help.

Data Breach Email Testing Tools

Test your email account to see if they have been in a known data breach.  If your email is found, you will run a higher risk of attack.  If your email shows up from a data breach, you will want to visit those sites and change your password and turn on 2-Factor Authentication to protect your security.

Email to test:

Password Breach Testing Tools

Test a password to see if it has been in a known data breach. Even if a password was listed in a data breach and was associated with someone else’s account, it will still be used in hacking attempts against all accounts. If the tested password was in a data breach, we strongly recommend changing it immediately on any accounts that use that password.

Enter password to test:

Your password has been involved in the following number of breaches:
RSS Latest Data Breach News
  • Chegg - 39,721,127 breached accounts August 16, 2019
    In April 2018, the textbook rental service Chegg suffered a data breach that impacted 40 million subscribers. The exposed data included email addresses, usernames, names and passwords stored as unsalted MD5 hashes. The data was provided to HIBP by a source who requested it be attributed to "JimScott.Sec@protonmail.com".
  • Cracked.to - 749,161 breached accounts August 12, 2019
    In July 2019, the hacking website Cracked.to suffered a data breach. There were 749k unique email addresses spread across 321k forum users and other tables in the database. A rival hacking website claimed responsibility for breaching the MyBB based forum which disclosed email and IP addresses, usernames, private messages and passwords stored as bcrypt hashes.
  • StockX - 6,840,339 breached accounts August 10, 2019
    In July 2019, the fashion and sneaker trading platform StockX suffered a data breach which was subsequently sold via a dark webmarketplace. The exposed data included 6.8 million unique email addresses, names, physical addresses, purchases and passwords stored as salted MD5 hashes. The data was provided to HIBP by dehashed.com.
  • Canva - 137,272,116 breached accounts August 9, 2019
    In May 2019, the graphic design tool website Canva suffered a data breach that impacted 137 million subscribers. The exposed data included email addresses, usernames, names, cities of residence and passwords stored as bcrypt hashes for users not using social logins. The data was provided to HIBP by a source who requested it be attributed […]
  • CafePress - 23,205,290 breached accounts August 5, 2019
    In February 2019, the custom merchandise retailer CafePress suffered a data breach. The exposed data included 23 million unique email addresses with some records also containing names, physical addresses, phone numbers and passwords stored as SHA-1 hashes. The data was provided to HIBP by a source who requested it be attributed to "JimScott.Sec@protonmail.com".

Our thanks to Troy Hunt (haveibeenpwned.com) for his hard work to keep us all safer by sharing his data breach information with the good guys.