It's a sad reality that's been coming to a head for years now. An estimated 37,000 websites are hacked each and every day. What does that mean for your data and personal information? Simply put and to the point, it's not safe.
Now more than ever, you're vulnerable to hackers' tricks and schemes. But the problem is, most folks don't know they've been hacked until it's too late. That's why we want to show you this app for Windows 10 users.
The app, Hacked?, will take your email address or a specific site's username and run it through the HaveIBeenPwned? database to see if your credentials were involved in a data breach.
To be even more proactive, Hacked? will immediately let you know if your email address or login have been compromised so you can change your passwords right away. Click here to see what you should change your passwords to.
Other resources: Unfortunately, there are not many apps that can tell you if you've been hacked. If you're not a Windows 10 user, you'll need to use the HaveIBeenPwned? or similar site BreachAlarm to see if you've been hacked or if your info is part of a data breach.
Did this app tell you that you've been hacked? What do you do now?