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Recently a cache of 225 million stolen emails and passwords have been found online. Odds are one of your accounts has been leaked online from a database hack.

There is an easy way to check and see if one of your passwords has been leaked

Go to

Enter your email address

You will then a see a list of companies that have been hacked and if your information is included in that hack.

You can then go to the website of the company that was hacked, change your password for that account and setup 2 factor authentication.

After changing your password, get yourself a password manager to store all your passwords and make sure you use a different password for each account you log into.

Want to know more? Contact me. Let's keep your accounts safe.

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