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Cybercrimes reached an all-time high in 2017, with up to $16 billion worth of losses caused by hackers. Websites are getting hacked each day and most of them don't even know it,
This can have devastating consequences for a user, especially when the attacker starts targeting important aspects of their lives such as insurance, bank and credit card information. Many users are unaware that their info has been compromised. Don't wait until its too late, get your FreeHackReport to see what info the hackers already have about you so you can start changing your paswords immediately
John Sabo Founder Dark Sources Security
Once hackers have your personal information, they can use this information to:
Breaches here, identity theft there and invasions of privacy everywhere... Should you be worried and, if so, how can you protect yourself? It starts at the simpliest form. Your username and password. Knowing which sites have been breached and being able to react quickly to change your passwords are imperative in assisting in lowering the chances of you becoming a victim.
Hackers used data stolen from one website (ie: Username, Email, Password) to log into other websites until they find a match, they sell this data to hundreds/thousands of people on the Dark Web.
You may have received bills from doctors you never visited, prescription orders already filled for pills you have never taken. This is the start of your medical information breach.
Hackers will use your information to create fraudulent tax returns, file for government benefits using the info obtained from your personal security breach.
Hackers will use your login credentials, to try and login to banking, shopping and other online financial services. Account takeovers allow hackers to use your credit or debit card and order and write checks in your name.