Trend Micro ID Security

Is your personal data circulating the dark web
due to data leakages? Find out.

What is the dark web?

The dark web is a collection of websites on an encrypted network carefully hidden from popular web browsers and search engines. Cybercriminals use the dark web for this reason in order to conduct and participate in illegal activities, including buying and selling personal information.

What information is available on the dark web?

A host of activities and information ends up on the dark web, with your personal information having the potential to be accessed here as well. Data breaches are the most common way personal information ends up on the dark web, which is then distributed, bought or sold by cybercriminals. This information can include email addresses, passport details and credit card numbers, which cybercriminals can use to engage in identity theft and other criminal activities.

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Dark Web Monitoring

ID Security scours the dark web for sensitive personal information like your bank account number, driver’s license number, tax number and passport information and then immediately alerts you if it finds them.

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Credit Card Checker

Find out if someone has stolen your credit card number and put it on the dark web.

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Email Checker

See if the email address you use for online accounts has appeared on the dark web due to a data leak. If it finds your address, the app shows exactly which accounts suffered the breach so you immediately know which passwords to change.

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Password Checker

You should not only use unique passwords for all of your accounts but also choose passwords that nobody else has ever used. ID Security can see if you have used a password currently in circulation on the dark web.

Android Operating System 6.0 and up
iOS Operating System Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.