Check if you've been hacked RIGHT now with this clever Gmail and Hotmail trick
IF you think your email or phone number may have been targeted by hackers then there's a website that can help you find out.
Have I Been Pwned lets you type in the email address or number you're worried about and it will tell you if you've been involved in a data breach.
How to use Have I Been Pwned
All you need to do is visit this website and type in your password to find out if it has been released in one of the many data breaches in recent years.
If your password has been leaked, then you need to make sure you never use it again.
You'll be told how many breaches your information has been involved in and some information about those breaches.
If it's one or more you'll be advised to update your passwords.
The website explains: "A "breach" is an incident where data has been unintentionally exposed to the public.
"Using the 1Password password manager helps you ensure all your passwords are strong and unique such that a breach of one service doesn't put your other services at risk."
Change your passwords to something long and difficult.
You'll also be advised to enable two factor authentication.
Have I Been Pawned let's you sign up for notifications about any other breaches.
The website was founded by digital security expert Troy Hunt.
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