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New Windows 10 app to check if you’ve been involved in a breach

“Hacked?” is the latest app for Windows 10 PC and Mobile that enables you to verify that any of your online records have not been linked to a information breach. It uses the Have I been pwned? API to access info on breaches that your e-mail address is related to.

When you initially start the application, it tells you how your e-mail address is used when you enter it, stating that it’s exclusively passed to the Have I been pwned? service and not delivered any place else. After your account is added, it’ll provide you with a report on any breaches that your e-mail address is known to have been linked to.

One of the main features of the “Hacked?” application is it supports background monitoring. This enables it to automatically look for new breaches every 12 hours and notifies you if you’re connected. Therefore you won’t need to manually check every time a new leak of data is documented, as you’ll be notified automatically.

The app is available for both Windows PC and mobile devices, you can download here.

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