CyanLine’s Breach Check is a method to determine if a password or user credential has been seen before in breached data.
Our databases currently contain 613,000,000+ passwords and 579,000,000+ emails previously exposed in data breaches.
This exposure makes them unsuitable for ongoing use, as they’re at much greater risk of being used to take over other accounts.
If your password is compromised, you are advised to change your breached password and never use it again, as it has been seen online and is most likely in a password cracking database, to be used against you or your organization.
Disclaimer: CyanLine in no way, shape, or form records any password or user credential that is input into our breach check. This tool is for improving organizational or personal cybersecurity.
Last Update: 6/17/2021