Check your dark web exposure

Enter your domain name or email address into our dark web scanner to identify threats to your organization like employees with malware infected devices, stolen session cookies and credentials leaked in combo lists or third-party breaches.

No Data Breach Detected

But You’re Not Exactly in the Clear

Data breaches are more common than ever before, with 45% of all US companies reporting a data breach in 2021 (Thales Data Threat Report). Want to prevent the loss of consumer trust and financial damages that come with data breaches? Try Breachsense.

Prevent Future Data Breaches With Breachsense

  • Continuously monitor the open, deep, and dark web for mentions of your company, personal staff information, and other important data.
  • Detect data breaches in real-time and prevent cyberattacks before they happen.
  • Uncover mentions of your VIPs, executive staff, or clients on private ransomware forums and mitigate threats preemptively.
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Prevent Future Data Breaches With Breachsense

Data Breach Detected

It’s Time to Act

Book a demo with Breachsense to uncover the compromised credentials or leaked company data and mitigate potential cyberattacks.

Secure Your Breached Accounts

  • Reset Account Credentials for all compromised accounts.
  • Enable 2-Factor Authentication to prevent attackers from using leaked passwords.
  • Use Unique & Strong Passwords. Make this a company-wide practice.
  • Train Your Staff on Security Best Practices. Actively train your employees on why cybersecurity is important and how they can prevent breaches.
  • Always Use a Password Manager. Make this a company standard.
  • Continuously Monitor for Data Breaches. Even if you do everything right, there’s still a risk of human error. Breachsense allows you to uncover data breaches in real time.
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Why Use Breachsense

Breachsense provides security teams with actionable threat intelligence to prevent ransomware, account takeover, and online fraud.

Early Data Breach Detection and Response

Automatically monitor for leaked credentials and other sensitive data. Get notified as soon as a breach is detected.

Easy Integration with Your CTI Toolset

Integrate our actionable data within you SOC and SIEM platforms by querying our APIs and consuming the JSON output.

Instant Alerts for Quick Incident Response

Get instant notifications when sensitive information has been compromised. Prevent criminals from exploiting the exposed data.

What causes data breaches?

  • Stolen or leaked credentials
  • Misconfigured Security Settings
  • Accidental Sharing of sensitive information with the wrong recipient
  • Third-party vendors with access to your data who experience a breach
  • Vulnerable websites or applications
  • Social engineering / phishing attacks
  • Disgruntled or careless employees who intentionally or accidentally share sensitive data
  • Lost of stolen devices which contain sensitive data
  • Improper disposal of old devices and storage media which contain confidential information
API output showing results of a dark web scan in JSON format

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a dark web scan?

A dark web scan is a process where specialized tools search the dark web for your organization’s information, such as stolen usernames, passwords, internal company documents, or other sensitive data. The dark web is a hidden part of the internet where illegal activities often take place, and data breaches are commonly sold or shared there.

Can I check if my information is on the dark web?

Yes, you can check if your details are on the dark web using specialized tools or services. A dark web check scans stealer logs, dark web markets and third party breaches for your email address. If they find it, they will alert you so you can take steps to protect your account.

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What does a data breach scanner do?

A data breach scanner searches the internet and dark web for your corporate information that might have been exposed in a data breach. A data breach check scans telegram channels, paste sites and websites where stolen data is often shared or sold. If it finds your information, it alerts you so you can take action to protect yourself.

How do I delete my data from the dark web?

Deleting your data from the dark web is extremely difficult because once it’s there, it’s often copied and shared across multiple sites. However, you can protect yourself by changing your employee’s leaked passwords, enabling two-factor authentication, using a password manager, monitoring the internet for potential phishing domains, and monitoring the dark web for your organization’s leaked or stolen data.