I suggest you ...

Allow a family member to accept sending notification to someone else.

For example, my parents wouldn't know what to d with this, but I'd like to add them with the option to report to me when they are compromised so I can fix it for them. Ideally, I'd add their emails and they would receive a notice to accept or deny, if they accept I get alerts on them in the future. Can optionally leave sensitive items out of report. I could also see this as helpful for consultants but maybe you could sell that. I'd actually pay for it for my parents too.

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      • Antonios CharitonAntonios Chariton commented  · 

        I think in order to implement that, all sensitive reports would have to be left out, plus the original victim should also get an e-mail with a clearly visible red banner in the top "This e-mail has also been sent to Troy <troy@hunt.com>."

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        You could just set up a rule in their email to autoforward them to you

      • Maverik GatelyMaverik Gately commented  · 

        I'd love to do the same for my partner who is a technophobe unfortunately yet still have email addresses because we live in a connected world with very sad passwords.

        I'd love to use the notifications to prove that the security on his account needs to be improved cos right now he feels I'm just paranoid. Yes I could just subscribe him but he won't read the reports and they'll go straight to trash :(

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