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August 2017

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Ever wonder if some of your personal information has been grabbed and is floating around the web - there for the taking by the bad guys. The techies call this a breach.

A "breach" is an incident where a hacker illegally obtains data from a vulnerable system. This may be a large online service, a retail organization or any other service or internet organization (Ex: Comcast, Tumbler, LinkedIn). The big breaches and details are listed there. All the data here comes from website breaches which have been publicly announced

Along with lots of other helpful security data, these folks have identified 3,808,893,616 cumulative breached e-mail addresses. What makes this site so useful is their complimentary service where you can simply type in any e-mail address you use or have used and in seconds get a report that shows if you have an account that has been compromised in a data breach.

This is an important site to visit!

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Ever wondered how big anyone's house really is - what they pay in taxes - when they bought it? Want access to obituaries in any city? How about some dirt on friends' divorces?

These folks have aggregated public record information by locating, analyzing, describing, and organizing links to over 55,000 databases Much of this information is from the "deep web" and will not show up in a routine web search.

With this work all assembled in this one place, you can find property, criminal, court, birth, death, marriage, divorce records, licenses, deeds, mortgages, corporate records, business registration, and many other public record resources quickly, easily, and without cost (There is one caveat however: Be sure to use the menus at the very top of each page and not wander into the "Pay through the nose" search services further down.

Good deep web stuff!

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Got a question and your wallet is thin? Here's a place to get a quick and inexpensive answer to your question. Harvard lawyers, UCLA doctors, Microsoft-certified computer techs, appraisers from Christie's -- they're all at this great place along with a myriad of other experts. They are all there to answer your questions online or with a phone call. A third-party review panel verifies the licenses and credentials of each expert on the site.

CNN - NBC - New York Times - Wall Street Journal have featured this great place which they all think is pretty neat.

Great place to go when you need an expert answer!

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Sound familiar? "Arrrggg - I can't find the owner's manual for my laptop!" "Oh phooey - where's the users' guide for this blender -- it'll only take me a minute to get this done but I've fallen and I can't get my manual -- and it'll take me 2 hours to find it!"

This really great place has the largest repository of product support documents on the face of the earth -- stocked with over 650,000 owner manuals from hundreds of top brands. They pair self-help and product information with a growing community of engaged product owners.

You should bookmark this great place!

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