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  • ton = $7.34 0.04 (0.54 %)

10 Jul, 2024
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Google announced that its dark web monitoring service, known as "dark web report," will be available to all users in 46 countries by the end of the month.

Previously exclusive to Google One members, this feature will now be accessible to everyone through the "Results about you" page on myactivity.google.com.

The dark web report feature scans for personal information such as names, addresses, phone numbers, and email accounts that may have been leaked. This service is particularly beneficial for individuals who have been victims of hacking, information leaks, or identity theft.

Recent incidents, like the leak of 7.6 million AT&T customers' information to the dark web, highlight the importance of such monitoring.

With this move, Google joins other services like Proton Mail and LastPass, which already offer dark web monitoring for leaked passwords and personal information, alerting users when their data is compromised.