This is the site P.G.R. The man who launched the alert last week announced that a collection of login credentials (such as Netflix, Gmail, Hotmail, LinkedIn) and passwords had been leaked to some of the most visited forums following the use of multiple breaches.
Named the “Collection of Multiple Violations” (COMB), 3.2 billion email and password combinations are published online in this database B refers to PGR. “This is not the result of a new hack. “
Are you one of the hackers? Go to Cyber News This will notify you if your account is part of a database Of the more than 15.2 billion hacked accounts, it contains more than 2.5 billion personal emails.
The risk is that if your email is part of hacked data, hackers will try to phish or harass you with spam, or impersonate you.
If so, change your password now (do not miss it in the future). Another tip: Use 2-factor authentication for your email account.
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