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Current Security Situation
- ApexSMS - 23,246,481 breached accountson September 21, 2023 at 14:57
In May 2019, news broke of a massive SMS spam operation known as "ApexSMS" which was discovered after a MongoDB instance of the same name was found exposed without a password. The incident leaked over 80M records with 23M unique email addresses alongside names, phone numbers and carriers, geographic locations (state and country), genders and IP addresses.
Online Account Hacked?
Warning system for hacker attacks
If the data of your online accounts are at risk of being stolen by cyber criminals, we notify you.
Background guard for your accounts
Scans and monitors all user accounts continuously against hacker attacks.
Victim of a hacking attack? Every second counts
Who is informed can act purposefully! Hacks guide, news and background information.
Has your password been compromised? We can check for you.
There are 555,278,657+ real world passwords previously exposed in data breaches. This exposure makes them unsuitable for ongoing use as they’re at much greater risk of being used to take over other accounts. They’re searchable online below.
Password reuse and credential stuffing
Password reuse is normal. It’s extremely risky, but it’s so common because it’s easy and people aren’t aware of the potential impact. Attacks such as credential stuffing take advantage of reused credentials by automating login attempts against systems using known emails and password pairs.
Lets double-check that password!
HackCheck monitors your online accounts and alerts you when hacked!
Background Guard for fast reaction
The background guard monitors your account several times a day.
Expert knowledge provides insight
Get an insight into the current security situation and see exactly which web services have been hacked worldwide.
One tool for all accounts
Since a large number of e-mail addresses are used at the same time, you can have as many as you like monitored at one time.
Warning system alerts in case of hacks
If private data such as passwords were stolen by a hack attack, HackCheck will give an alarm!
Our Approach to Security & Prevention
Billions of private access data have already been stolen by hacking attacks and the number is increasing almost every day. Cybercrime is one of the biggest dangers.
Millions of private passwords regularly fall into the wrong hands. Since many users use their favorite password in many online services, hacking can have serious consequences. If the stolen password also gives you access to your bank account or other financial tools such as paypal. In these cases, hackers usually empty accounts within a very short time!
Specialists at the Federal Bureau of Criminal Investigations agree: If you are the victim of a hack, every second counts!
The problem: Many users do not even know that
one of their accounts has been hacked. A big risk, because in most cases, people whose passwords and access data have been stolen can prevent the worst by reacting quickly.
But how do you know if your account has been hacked? - HackCheck finds out for you!
HackCheck takes your email addresses and constantly checks if they belong to a hacking attack. In this case, the system tells you which online service has been compromised in which way - and recommends that you immediately change the password.
The system runs a new test several times per day and alerts you to new successful hacking attacks against your accounts. In this way, you can change the matching passwords immediately
before your own accounts are plundered.
HackCheck also provides insights into the current security situation and reports the number of web services already affected by a hacker attack and the number of affected accounts worldwide. The latest leak is highlighted in the overview, so you won’t miss a major hacker attack.