These days you should not be surprised if you wake up one morning and find out the breaking news of some new massive hacking incidence. In the last few years, we have seen so many large-scale security breaches in very popular online services like Yahoo and Equifax. And the hackers behind these breaches usually dump all the data online for everyone to see which endangers the security of your online accounts.
HackCheck is a tool that can monitor all of your online accounts and tell you whether they have been hacked into using the various online sources available about the known hacking incidences. Unlike some of the other online resources that are made available after a massive data dump is discovered and where you can check only one email address, you can add multiple email addresses and other online accounts to HackCheck and it will monitor them all at once.
When it finds your email address included any of the known data breaches or data dumps, it will give you an alarm about that email address. At this point, you should quickly change the security settings for that email address and for all the online services where you have used that email address. Typically, you have to change the password, password recovery information and add two-step verification (which involves adding your mobile number that receives a text message each time you try to sign in to your account).
HackCheck can prove to be very useful in the event of a hacking incidence that involves your email address. It can warn you as soon as the data breach information is made public. But to ensure that your email address and other online accounts stay protected, you should ensure that you enable two-step verification for all of your online accounts.
You can download HackCheck from https://www.abelssoft.de/en/windows/Security-Privacy/HackCheck.