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Wahaha said ()

users are recommended to immediately check if their passwords were included in the leak.

"We recommend you to add your password to the leak".

These tools have always been a head scratcher for me.

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BlackWinnerYoshi said ()

To be honest, if you have an account on a just breached site and your data didn't got leaked, it's probably a good idea to change it anyway. I still use these kinds of tools, though, but mostly because I used to make accounts on lots of services, forget about them, then get reminded again by a breach, then I usually just download whatever data I had, if any, then remove the account and forget about services for however long. The shock when I found out I got my data leaked because of the Armor Games breach...

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Wahaha said ()

Even if my online accounts got compromised, I don't think I would particularly care. What are they going to do, post mean things in my stead?

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