At this point, it’s accustomed that when you sign up for a service, you should always expect that at some point it will be breached.

But that doesn’t mean you should give up on practicing basic aegis hygiene, because let’s face it: reused and shared passwords are still one of the major ways top ways cybercriminals take over online accounts. Other times, it’s the easy-to-guess passwords (“123456,” anyone?).

So it’s easy to see why Google is making it dead simple to check if your passwords have been compromised in a data breach.

It’s now baking its Countersign Checkup Chrome extension, which it launched beforehand this year, right into Google annual controls. And it can be accessed at passwords.google.com.

Unfortunately, if you don’t use Google’s countersign administration solution, you’re better off afraid to the Chrome extension. Google acutely knows this, and so, it’s architecture it anon into Chrome later this year, a affection it’s been alive on since July.

If your browser is Mozilla Firefox, you may want to give Firefox Monitor a shot.

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