Pwned List now offering post-breach notification service to businesses
Nine months ago, Pwned List was created to answer a simple question for users: Is your account among the millions whose credentials have been spilled onto the web?
Head over to PwnedList.com, type in your email address or username, and the site will check it against a database that has now grown to 12 million compromised credentials collected from crawling public sites where hackers post stolen data.
Pwned List has also just announced that it aims to transform it's post-breach notification service into a business. While anyone can still visit the site for free and check their email address or username, users can also pay a dollar a month for a service that emails them an automatic alert if their account data has been spotted on the web. It will also offer the same automated breach notification service to corporate customers, scouring the Web for any email linked with a company’s collection of domains for a nice little five-figure annual fee.
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