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  1. Opt out till next breach

    I saw a breach on my email, I've strengthen the security, logout services and stuff.
    I would like to opt out now. And come in a later date and see if have new breaches.

    Because this way, I can rest that my new security changes are working, instead of doesn't matter if strengthen the security or not, I still see the breach result

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  2. There was an attack on the website https://www.yemeksepeti.com

    • Name-surname, date of birth
    • Telephone numbers registered with Yemeksepeti
    • E-mail registered with Yemeksepeti
    • Address information registered with Yemeksepeti
    • Masked login passwords with SHA-256 algorithm that are not clearly visible it was stolen. You must add it to this site.
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  3. Offer a service to wipe a person's breached info

    Offer a service that can wipe clean a person's exposed information that has been breached.

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  4. 3 votes
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  5. md5 password check

    be able to lookup if your password exists in a breach by entering an md5 of your password rather than the actual password.

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  6. Search for non decrypted passwords

    As we can download both SHA-1 and NTLM password list, I suppose this list concerns only decrypted passwords that have been re encrypted with SHA-1 and NTLM.

    So what about non decrypted passwords ?

    I can see a lot of breaches where (fortunally) only the digest has been pwned and the digest algorithm is known.

    Are there databases of encrypted passwords with their digest algorithm waiting to be decrypted ?

    If yes it could be a nice feature to test passwords against all these databases using the corresponding algorithm...

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    There are multiple problems with this:

    Firstly, passwords are almost never encrypted, they’re hashed. If they are encrypted then without the private key you really can’t verify the password by any means.

    Secondly, when hashed, they’re almost always salted as well so just knowing the algorithm used isn’t sufficient for a password hash provided by a user to be verified, I’d have to provide the salt used as well. That would mean storing that in a way that could be retrieved for that user which amounts to needing credential pairs which is too risky for my comfort.

    Thirdly, it’s a very niche audience that could use this, namely people technical enough to hash their own password (with the salt, if needed) and then pass it back to the service.

    In short, it’s high effort, high risk and low value given the niche nature of it.

  7. Premium subscription

    A premium API subscription that would allow domain search and show actual passwords would be awesome. This is already available online from multiple vendors but costs that are just too high.

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  8. Allow incremental hashes for those of us who are not permitted to use the API

    Different organizations have different security postures. Your list of hashes may be transferred into secure systems in text format where they are processed in order to match against internal password databases.

    Unfortunately, despite the k-anonymity interface, exfiltrating even a partial password hash is forbidden. Given this use case, I believe it would be advantageous to provide incremental hash lists for every addition made to the database between major releases of the complete list. Daily, or even weekly would be good.

    The objective would be to notify users immediately if the hash of their current password is ever added to the…

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    Deltas are infeasible because it’s not just new hashes being added, it’s the counts on existing ones changing too. Best bet is to either load the complete hash set or use the public API. I understand different security postures with regards to using the API, but this is why it implements k-anonymity which there shouldn’t be a practical barrier against using, at least not from a privacy perspective.

  9. Password List Version Diff

    Any way to publish just an NTLM and SHA-1 differential file on the next release of the password list? This would greatly help when importing the list into SQL so as not to require a full re-import of any newly published password lists.

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  10. Notify me of specific site breaches?

    I'd imagine I'm not the first to ask about this but can't see it listed. If I have an account with a site, say the BBC site, can I sign up to be informed of confirmed data breaches even if my particular email address is not in a set of compromised data? Apologies if this already addressed - point me to it.

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    This would effectively amount to a per-individual corpus of sites to be monitored which really isn’t something I want to maintain in HIBP. If you have an account with the service and you’re subscribed to notifications, you’ll be notified anyway if it appears in a breach.

  11. Fix Email verification

    FIx your email verification process. Years back people reporting that emails are not received, IT people watching their email logs confirming nothing is received from your site. Today I am in same boat yesterday and today been trying check email logs at smart host/filter and O365 and neither has any sign of your verification email. There is an issue unfixed you need to resolve.

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  12. Remove password which is pwned on small and don't see in long time.

    First time i have check my password, it was not pwned.
    Second time, just after first time some days, it was pwned with "seen 1 time before".
    This is no problem until now, but when github start using your api to check password and force i give up my good password!
    So please remove password which "seen 1 time before", or at least make a feature that auto remove password from your database if it is not pwned or less pwned in long time.

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  13. Add incremental updates to the PWNd password data sets

    While it wouldn't preserve order, generally, it would greatly reduce the burden on people downloading those data sets for their own use. It has the potential to drastically reduce the bandwidth costs for the system as users would likely download the bulk of the set just once and then get the updates thereafter.

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  14. Email reminders for varification

    After the second or third reminder the last one does not contain the email address any more in the text. My improvement: Add the mail address as in the other reminders for a better UX.

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  15. You are compromising the security of the people

    Regarding the recent Ledger data breach, anyone that types a compromised email address knows that he/she has a ledger wallet and crypto. You are leaking to everybody the same information leaked by the hackers and you are compromising the security of that person by revealing the email, exposing him or her to phishing attempts and even to physical risk if the person that performs the search knows the identity of the owner. This is a very serious issue. Please consider sending the results only by email at least for these most serious data breaches where there is physical risk for…

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  17. Give us if our email is likely to be pasted.

    We should be told if a hacker can still access our email or paste it. We should be told that once we receive our results,

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  18. Describe why a search of an e-mail address using the form and API return different results

    If I search for my work e-mail address on the web page, I get no results. However, if I search for my work e-mail address with the API I get two results.
    Why is this different?
    I am suspecting that the lack of passwords in the breach constitutes not being pwned?

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  19. Allow users to login and mark breaches they dealt with

    My data was in the 500px breach. Every time I check for breaches against my email address on HIBP, this comes up. I use random passwords so I am not concerned about the leak, but I do make sure to change passwords once I am notified of a leak. Once the list of breaches becomes long enough, I may not remember whether I have dealt with a specific issue reported. It would be good to have a mode where I can log in and check the issues that I have dealt with, so the next time I login and check…

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  20. Cit0day - is it possible to include the site(s) whose lists an email appeared in?

    In the alert email for the Cit0day breach, the only information provided is that one's email appeared somewhere in the breach of the 23k websites. If it's possible, it could be helpful for users to be informed of which specific site(s) their credentials were listed under.

    I fully grant the larger point about encouraging the use of a password manager to mitigate the risk regardless. Thanks! :)

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    HIBP only matches an email address to a single “breach” (which is what the Cit0day collection is treated as) and doesn’t have a provision to add any additional data such as which file the email address appeared in.

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