1.4 billion clear text passwords from 135 website breaches (pwns).
A 41 GB dump, with 1,400,553,869 leaked passwords, this is the the largest aggregate database of pwned passwords on the web to date.
This is breach compilation from various data breaches.
If you use the same password on every website, you can check if your password is on this list on this website: https://haveibeenpwned.com.
This is not just a list. It is an aggregated, interactive database that allows for fast (one second response) searches and new breach imports. Given the fact that people reuse passwords across their email, social media, e-commerce, banking and work accounts, hackers can automate account hijacking or account takeover.
This database makes finding passwords faster and easier than ever before. As an example searching for “admin,” “administrator” and “root” returned 226,631 passwords of admin users in a few seconds.
The data is organized alphabetically, offering examples of trends in how people set passwords, reuse them and create repetitive patterns over time. The breach offers concrete insights into password trends, cementing the need for recommendations, such as the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.
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