HackNotice

Find out when hackers steal your data or leak your identity

HackNotice alerts you when your information has been disclosed in leaked data breaches from hacked sites.

HackNotice does this by collecting leaked information from data breaches and compiling it into a database that can be used to determine if information related to your monitored email addresses have been leaked.

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Anna Filou
Anna Filou@anna_0x · Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
Hello, how is this different from have I been pwned? https://www.producthunt.com/post...
Steve Thomas
Steve ThomasMaker@iam_stevet · HackNotice Founder
@anna_0x thanks for your question. HackNotice provides users mainly with three new capabilities: Hack notices that alert users to when sites have been hacked The ability to find when your identity (such as usernames, email addresses, names) has been leaked and what was leaked about you A checklist of recovery steps to help you recover from the event and reduce your risk
Anna Filou
Anna Filou@anna_0x · Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
@iam_stevet I see, thanks for explaining! :)
Daniel
Daniel@zappe
@anna_0x @iam_stevet But how can we trust you? Can you tell us a bit more about you? Troy Hunt is pretty well known in the infosec community.
Steve Thomas
Steve ThomasMaker@iam_stevet · HackNotice Founder
@zappe Thanks for your interest. You can learn more about the company here: https://hacknotice.com/#/company
Daniel
Daniel@zappe
@iam_stevet, thank you! I think I'll wait as PwnedList didn't have the best track record.
Steve Thomas
Steve ThomasMaker@iam_stevet · HackNotice Founder
I built HackNotice out of a personal need, where even though I was dealing with breaches and leaked data daily at work, I couldn't keep up with all of the breaches, let alone the ones that included my data. After my identity was leaked several times in 2017, I decided to quit my job and focus full time on building a service that could keep track of hacks and leaks for everyone, with as little effort as possible. We are always looking for ways we can improve HackNotice. Have a suggestion? Let us know!