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Indicate if the same credentials have appeared in another breach

Nice, now I know that my mail-address was included in the Exploit.In and Adobe breach. But the Exploit.In breach does not hint any clue whether we talk about the same service (=Adobe) or not. I can understand that you cannot mail me a password. After all you don't know me. I might as well be an imposter. But it would be cool if you could internally setup your database such that it outputs whether the password in an amalgamated-list-breach that did not specify a service like Exploit.In was identical to the one in another breach like the Adobe breach. That would allow me and other users to assess the damage much better and take action. So the output I would wish for should look as follows:

Credentials associated with your email appeared N times in this list. 1 entry matched information leaked through >link< XYZ breach. 1 entry matched information leaked through >link< XYZ breach. .... and so on.

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