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Password management service LastPass can now proactively tell you if your logins have been compromised in data breaches — but only if you’re a paid LastPass subscriber. The tool comes as part of a new security dashboard designed to give you a better understanding of the strength of all of your passwords.

The new “dark web monitoring” tool actively checks your logins against Enzoic’s database (previously PasswordPing, who LastPass started partnering with in 2017). If the monitoring tool finds one of your logins in the database, LastPass will alert you in the new security dashboard and by sending you an email. That alert will show you which site was breached and will link out to that website so you can change your password.
 

oreoclouds

New Member
Aww, I'm sad. I use LastPass as a password manager, but it s**ks that you have to pay to get alerts if any of your accounts were hacked or stolen. :cry:
 

Spawn

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Aww, I'm sad. I use LastPass as a password manager, but it s**ks that you have to pay to get alerts if any of your accounts were hacked or stolen. :cry:
LastPass Premium isn't that expensive compared to other services.

Give this a try, it's free with email alerts (check the box).
 

MonSpyder9

Level 2
I'm guessing it would be better than haveibeenpwned.com ? Though having more of such services is definitely a good idea. I'd like to hear some recommendations if anyone knows of services that monitor leaks, doing that myself seems like too much work 😅
 

EricaR

Level 1
I have been using Last pass password manager for 2 years.. and I made my work and personal life more convenient..Sometimes ago I had to make several emails a months due to password or user name forgot.. Thanks to last pass now I'm free. Happy to hear this new last pass feature..
 
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