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Has my password been stolen?

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We’ve detected 9 489 063 139 stolen passwords that have been taken as a part of a security breach or other types of illegal online activity. See if yours is one of them. Just enter the email address you use to log in to Facebook or LinkedIn or any other on-line site where you have an account and we will check it against a database of hacked websites and stolen log-in details.

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Your password has been stolen. Please take action.

Your password is exposed and at risk of being used by people who may want to do you harm. If you haven’t done so yet, change your password for these accounts right away.

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If you haven’t already, change your password for these accounts right away:

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No login details detected as stolen

Every year, billions of login details from hundreds of websites are stolen in hacker attacks. Fortunately, this has not yet happened on accounts using this email address. If stolen, account login details are then sold on the black market, where criminals pay to gain access to your sensitive data. If criminals get a hold of one of your accounts, they can potentially impersonate you, message your contacts, access your cloud storage, steal your money, and even jump to your other accounts.

Continue to keep your online details safe. Sign up with Hack Check, supported by Avast, the world’s largest consumer security company, and you can trust us to alert you automatically if your passwords are stolen.

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Protect your passwords like a pro: receive automatic leak alerts, access your accounts with one tap on your phone, and more.

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This is how it works

When a website you use gets hacked...

... and hackers post your login details online...

...we spot the hack and warn you

How can my account details get hacked?

Every year, billions of login details from hundreds of websites are taken in hacker attacks. These stolen email addresses and passwords are then exposed on the dark web or sold on the black market, where criminals pay to gain access to your sensitive data.
Companies or organizations you do business with can also leak or publish their users’ sensitive data by accident.

If criminals get a hold of one of your accounts, they can potentially impersonate you, message your contacts, access your cloud storage, steal your money, and even jump to your other accounts. That’s why we take password safety so seriously.

How can I secure my passwords?

Avast Hack Check notifies you automatically when your login details are stolen, so you can secure your accounts before anyone else reaches them. As the world’s largest consumer security company, we can securely check if any of your login details appear in our database of stolen passwords, find out if your account may have been compromised, and therefore help keep your accounts safe — and you can trust us not to save or share your email address with anyone.

What else can you do? Try our free strong password generator, to create less hackable passwords or do it yourself with our DIY strong password guide. Brush up on your phishing scam-spotting skills so you don’t get tricked by fakes. And have a look at our secure and convenient password manager.

How did my account details get stolen?

Every year, billions of login details from hundreds of websites are taken in hacker attacks. These stolen email addresses and passwords are then exposed on the dark web or sold on the black market, where criminals pay to gain access to your sensitive data.
Companies or organizations you do business with can also leak or publish their users’ sensitive data by accident.

If criminals get a hold of one of your accounts, they can potentially impersonate you, message your contacts, access your cloud storage, steal your money, and even jump to your other accounts. That’s why we take password safety so seriously.

Breached websites

9 489 063 139 stolen passwords from 4 252 websites
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