Is Your Information on the Dark Web?

Find out if your password or other sensitive information is exposed to hackers and identity thieves on the Dark Web.

Instantly scans 300+ data breaches for your sensitive information.
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Find out if you've been exposed in a data breach and how to protect yourself.

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Scan the Dark Web to see if your passwords or other sensitive personal info is exposed to hackers.

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Prevent damage by following steps to protect yourself from both past and future data breaches.

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Monitor your info and gets alerts any time new info appears on the Dark Web, so you can stay safe.

Find out what hackers know about you and how to protect yourself.

Why should you get a free scan?

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    Your privacy is at risk just by being online.

    You can’t stay at a hotel, access WiFi, or even go on a flight today without giving up your email and other info. Every account increases your risk of being affected by a data breach.

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    You will be affected by a data breach.

    Data breaches happen to nearly everyone at some point. Over 5 billion private records have been leaked this year alone, so it’s only a matter of time until you’re affected.

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    You can protect yourself.

    We’ll show you how to protect yourself from hackers and identity thieves who will use your exposed information against you.

get MY free scan now Find out how to protect yourself if you’ve been exposed in a data breach.

Data breaches are inevitable, but they don't have to impact your life.

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Scan the Dark Web for sensitive personal info.

Find out in 60 seconds whether your address, email, phone, date of birth, email, hometown, or other sensitive information is exposed on the Dark Web.

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Follow steps to protect yourself from breaches.

Most people have been compromised in at least one data breach. We'll show you exactly what to do to protect yourself - now and in the future.

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Rest easy knowing we're monitoring the Dark Web to keep you safe.

We scan the Dark Web every day to find any newly exposed information that could put you at risk. If anything appears, you'll be notified immediately with steps to protect yourself.

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Is your info exposed on the Dark Web?

Criminals can use info from the Dark Web to impersonate or hack you. Find out if you're at risk now.

Nearly a million people protect their privacy with BrandYourself:

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    Wow... everything you’d need to hack me was publicly posted on some sites I’d never heard of. Thank god you found and removed it. rebecca t.
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    My family is safer now that our home address, relatives’ names and phone number are hidden from stalkers online. Marc a.
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Frequently Asked Questions:

  • What is the Dark Web?

    The Dark Web is a marketplace for hacked personal information, exposed account passwords, and other sensitive data. It is a part of the Internet that doesn’t show up in search engines, and can’t be accessed with a normal web browser. Because the Dark Web is so hard to access and search, it has become a hotbed of illegal activity. Cyber criminals use it to sell hacked information that can be used to take over bank accounts, steal social security numbers, access social media accounts, and more.

  • What is a data breach?

    A data breach is what happens when a hacker or cyber criminal breaks into a source of data and steals sensitive information. For example, the credit monitoring company Equifax experienced a breach that exposed highly sensitive personal information of millions of people. Hackers who breach a company like Equifax then post the usernames, passwords, personally identifiable information, and other confidential data on the Dark Web, selling it to cyber criminals with malicious intent.

  • What should I do if I've been exposed in a breach?

    There are several steps you should take to protect yourself if you’ve been compromised in a breach. Depending on the type of breach, your steps will be different. Our Dark Web Scan feature provides step-by-step instructions to protect yourself from each type of breach; it also makes it easy to track your progress as you deal with each one. Given the frequency and complexity of data breaches, this add-on makes it easy for you to track, remediate, manage and monitor data breaches that put your online privacy at risk.

  • How does your Dark Web Monitoring service work?

    Data breaches happen more frequently every year. The reason is simple: a single successful breach of a large company can earn a hacker millions of dollars. This poses a serious risk to everyday people who trust organizations to safeguard their private info. That’s why we built our Dark Web Monitoring add-on. Once enabled, this Premium feature will continually scan the Dark Web for any sensitive information associated with your email address, and let you know immediately if any exposed data surfaces in the future. It gives you the power to take action immediately, and protect yourself before a breach negatively impacts your life. It more than pays for itself after even a single data breach.

  • How can I access the Dark Web?

    The Dark Web is not accessible with a normal browser. You need to use an anonymizing browser like Tor. This routes your webpage requests through a series of proxy servers operated by thousands of volunteers around the globe, which makes your IP address unidentifiable and untraceable. This process of tunneling hides the identity of people accessing the Dark Web, making it ideal for criminal activity. The nature of the Dark Web also makes browsing slow and unpredictable. Some sites take minutes to load, some simply intermittently fail to load at all. To make matters worse, Dark Web sites are not found or indexed by Google, Bing, Yahoo, or any other regular search engine. The illicit and constantly shifting nature of Dark Web sites makes it difficult for even expert programmers to navigate – and practically impossible for the average person to sift through on their own. Luckily, you don’t have to deal with it at all by using BrandYourself’s Dark Web features. We take the complexity away and tell you only what you need to know to keep you and your accounts safe.

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