One of the things I love about LastPass is the capacity to securely save a variety of important information, such as insurance policy numbers, payment cards, bank accounts, passports/drivers licenses, SSNs/National Insurance Numbers. And with so many mobile apps accepting a number instead of an email address, I would love to be able to monitor more of these using the Security Dashboard. For example, if my credit card number ends up in a pastebin, I'd really love to know. Similarly, if I log in with my phone number and a password, I want to know if this has been compromised just as much as I would want to know about a breach involving my email address.
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Currently dark web monitoring seems to just look for emails. Some logins are not emails and there could be compromised passwords revealed on the dark web. Even google chrome will check compromised passwords in their database. There should be a way to either manually or automatically check your passwords (especially the LastPass-generated ones) on dark web. No matter how strong the password, sites will be compromised through back doors and sometimes the exploits aren't known except for these unique passwords circulating. Can be done securely by checking hash of secure passwords against hashes of exposed password.
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