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Google will offer users free dark web monitoring

Google announced on Tuesday update Its dark web monitoring service, also known as “Dark Web Report,” will reportedly be available to all Google users in 46 countries, including the United States and the United Kingdom, by the end of this month fast company. Previously, the feature was only available to users with a Google One membership.

When you visit, the Dark Web Report will be located on the About Your Results page myactivity.google.com.

Google’s Darknet Report feature will scan for dirty weaknesses in algorithms that end up on the wrong side of the digital tracks to determine if your personal information has been compromised. This includes information such as your name, address, phone number and email account.

This is a handy feature, especially if you’re one of the millions of victims of hacks, breaches, or identity theft. Just a few months ago, 7.6 million AT&T customers Their information was leaked to the dark web, forcing the telecom giant to reset the passwords of all affected users.

Other services such as proton mail and final pass It already has the ability to monitor dark web user information and leaked passwords, and alert them if anything is discovered.

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