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Public Access to Over 500 Million Leaked Passwords List
Data from leaks available in plain-text format to the general public
Joining the ranks of services available is Leakprobe, a new leaked passwords database management tool available to the general public. As of release, Leakprobe boasts over well over 500 million user accounts' information and are working toward one billion. Any user can logon and search Leakprobe's databases for free, and an API is offered for full database access and application development.
What sets Leakprobe apart from it's competitors is that Leakprobe offers plain-text viewing of all of the information in their databases; other password services only partially reveal the information or simply notify that the information was found. "Here at Leakprobe," states CEO Ben Carr, "we believe in open data. If you've been leaked, you should know. You should also know what password is out there in wild. With our service you can make sure your other accounts are not left vulnerable!" He adds, "And most of all remember. We care."
Leakprobe isn't the first service to provide access to leaked passwords information, which startles millions of Americans how insecure their online data really During this week, Leakprobe acknowledges their end-year efforts to become a major player in the growing information security field with plans to build the largest leaked passwords database available to the general public, release analyses of user password choices, and provide quick access to cracking password hashes.
For more information or usage of the services, visit http://leakprobe.net.
Leakprobe is a new startup organization and joint relationship of CEO Ben Carr of the United Kingdom and CFO Frank Morris of the United States. Their goals are to increase public awareness of information security risks and help provide much-needed access to relevant resources.
Frank Morris, Leakprobe