[quote:25j60ko5]ShouldIChangeMyPassword.com has been created to help the average person check if their password(s) may have been compromised and need to be changed.
This site uses a number of databases that have been released by hackers to the public. The email you enter will NOT be stored, transmitted, or otherwise used beyond this check.[/quote:25j60ko5]
[url=https://shouldichangemypassword.com/?utm_source=Lifehacker+Newsletter&utm_campaign=3b779c5e02-UA-142218-1&utm_medium=email:25j60ko5]Should I Change My Password[/url:25j60ko5] is a simple online service which can help identify if you may be at risk.
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It should be noted; Should I Change My Password is not a 100% certain method for ascertaining if your accounts are completely safe, but it is a good way to find out if they may have been compromised. The best and most secure method is to always choose a very strong password in the first place.
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