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Should I Change My Password: Find Out If Your Password Has Been Hacked

Passwords are the mainstay of the online world and we don’t like to give our passwords away. However, sometimes our passwords are revealed by our own stupidity and sometimes they get into the wrong hands due to the mischievous nature of hackers. The most recent examples for the compromised accounts are LinkedIn, and Yahoo! Voice.

Whatever will be that, our passwords should be strong, needs to change regularly and ensure they are not reused across multiple sites. Here is how to find out if our email address has been hacked with an online service “Should I Change My Password”.

Should I Change My Password” is a free service that allows you to check anonymously if your email addresses have been compromised. Currently, the service has over 10 million email addresses, which are known to have been compromised, and this list continues to grow.


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