How to find out if your password has been stolen

The announcement yesterday’s of the discovery of a botnet command and control database of user credentials for Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, ADP and others is just the latest in a trend going back several years. You can’t trust Internet services to protect your passwords; you have to protect them yourself.This new revelation is actually rather minor compared to many others from recent years for reasons explained by Webroot in a blog entry: the number (2 million credentials) is actually small compared to many of the others, with the king of the hill being the Adobe breach of as many as 150 million credentials.
http://www.zdnet.com/how-to-find-out-if-your-password-has-been-stolen-7000023990/Also see:And see haveibeenpwned.com to see if your password has been stolen.

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