The deep web contains information not available on Google or other typical search engines. CheckThem finds if your information has been hacked or exploited on the deep web, just enter your e-mail address to begin.
This service is 100% free. No credit card is required We do not share your personal information. This means your e-mail address will not be shared.
Always select a strong password. We recommend using a mix of both letters, numbers, and special characters. Do not use recognizable words.
We recommend using a service such as Google Mail or Yahoo Mail. Do not use a personal web server or hosting company for your e-mails.
If possible, we recommend using two-factor authentication to protect your account. This means using both a password and mobile phone authentication.
Do not use the same password for your e-mail account and other websites. Always keep them separated. That way if one account is compromised you don't compromise all of them.
We suggest you change your password at least once every 4 months.
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