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Breach Exposure Monitoring


Our customers not only strengthen their privacy posture, they save time and money during the process.

Small businesses and big brands across the world use BreachAware's intel to protect their organisation and people from threats. From emails, usernames, and passwords, to biometric data and behavioural data, we track over 100 types of personal and financial information exposed in third party data breaches.
Our customers use this intel to make better privacy risk mitigation decisions.

We’ve analysis on millions of domains impacted by a breach from all over the world (including over 400 top level domains).

We continually find, analyse and monitor publicly compromised personal information (crunching billions of leaked credentials to help you).

We’ll notify you if we find personal information related to your domain in any new breaches (naturally, no news is good news).

You can access historical insight related to your domain at any time you like (actionable intelligence to help protect your privacy).

Discoveries: Research Team

Recent publicly shared breached accounts discovered

Discoveries: Auto Detections


Infosec News Feed

An aggregated list of cybersecurity publications
2022-12-09 00:34:00 UTC
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3 Ways Attackers Bypass Cloud Security

At Black Hat Europe, a security researcher details the main evasion techniques attackers are currently using in the cloud.

2022-12-08 23:20:00 UTC
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Dark Reading
CNAPP Shines a Light Into Evolving Cloud Environments

Cloud-native application protection platform (CNAPP) addresses security challenges in multicloud environments, including integrating applications across multicloud or hybrid cloud environments.

2022-12-08 22:18:00 UTC
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Dark Reading
Agrius Iranian APT Group Cuts Into Diamond Industry

The supply chain attack is piggybacking off an earlier breach to deploy new wiper malware.

Why Breach Data is Important

Intel from industry experts