Google offers free dark web monitoring for Google Account holders

TechRadar July 10, 2024, 12:00 PM UTC

Summary: Google is offering its dark web monitoring tool for free to all Google Account holders. Previously exclusive to Google One subscribers, the feature helps users track personal data breaches. It will now be integrated into the Google app's 'results about you' section. The tool analyzes leaked personal data like names, dates of birth, and payment card information. This move aims to enhance security for a wider audience.

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    Google offers free dark web report for personal data tracking (Business Insider)
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    Google's Dark Web Report shows if your data was leaked (Mashable)
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  3. [5.4]
    Google's dark web monitoring service now free for all users (Scripps News)
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  4. [4.9]
    Google offers free dark web monitoring to all users (The Verge)
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  5. [4.5]
    Google discontinues VPN service, offers Dark Web monitoring to all (Gizmodo)
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