LeBlanc Email Password Protection Service

LeBlanc Email Password Protection Service

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How Many of Your Employee Passwords Are For Sale on the Dark Web RIGHT NOW?

Dark Web

Equifax really blew it! Experts are saying their loss of 143 Million customer records (40% of the US public) is "the motherload" of all hacks, and will affect us all forever (you only have one social security number). I just contacted all three credit bureaus and instituted a "credit lock" to prevent anyone from using my credit. It was part of a $99/year package at Experian with some really nice additional features, and free at both Transunion and Equifax (where you can also check if you were affected by the breach).


Major Data Breaches

Besides the Equifax breach, everyone knows that much of the hacking activity on the Internet starts with phishing schemes, where someone clicks on a seemingly benign link in an email, often looking like it came from a coworker. Your computer might get infected with malware to compromise your security, or you could be tricked into entering your credentials into a counterfeit website. The other major source of lost credentials is the large number of hacked commercial websites, like BestBuy, LinkedIn and Yahoo mail. 

The personal information gleaned by these hacks is valuable, and today there is a vibrant market for those who want to buy your information, mostly for sale on the "Dark Web" which lies below the World Wide Web we regularly use.


Surface Web

What is the Dark Web?
The Dark Web (also sometimes referred to as Darknet) is a name given to web sites not reachable except through anonymous friend-to-friend peer networks or tools such as Tor, Freenet or I2P. Some dark web activity is positive, including political discussion in countries that prohibit free speech. More typically, malicious actors with criminal intent use these tools to stay undetected while carrying out their nefarious activities.  

In more detail, the most familiar layer, the visible Web, gives access to sites indexed by search engines such as Google, Bing, Wikipedia, social media and more. Below that, lies the Deep Web consisting of secure data such as databases, medical records, legal documents, government records and the like, which cannot be accessed or indexed by traditional search engines. This layer is well organized and filtered. Beneath that is the Dark Web where criminals lurk running hidden chat rooms, private websites, virus/malware tools and technologies that can compromise your credentials and data. This layer consists of black markets, botnet operations, terrorists, hacking groups and decrypted passwords. This is where big company breached password databases end up for sale as well. Here, in the dark depths of the web, cyber criminals use their felonious talents to steal and sell information on a regular basis.

Don’t be a victim. Be smart and take action. There are methods to protect your employees and your business. Don’t be fooled into thinking that all you need to do is use long, difficult passwords. It’s not enough in today’s cyber world! You need to continually monitor your vulnerabilities!

GREAT NEWS!  We hired a vendor that lets us search the dark web for our customers' personal information and then warn them if we find it. LeBlanc Communications is offering the LeBlanc Email Password Protection Service, which ranges from a one-time check for compromised credentials to an ongoing monthly monitoring to warn customers if one of their emails pops up as being recently compromised. 

Our new service scours the Dark Web for potential security breaches tied to a specific domain. We alert our customers about compromised credentials before their security is jeopardized.  

Be proactive and learn about the potential or real threats that can cause harm and damage to your business. Take action and protect yourself regularly in addition to enforcing stricter cyber-practices within your organization. In today's cyber world, you must be vigilant! 

New Service – LeBlanc Email Password Protection Service

Monthly Monitoring Service:

$119/month through September 30, 2017.
Introductory Offer – Save 20% per month for a 12-month contract if you sign up through Septebmer 30th. Monthly payment would be $95.00 for 12 months.

This monthly service level is available to customers with fewer than 300 email addresses. We will monitor your domain 365 days a year and alert you when we find compromised credentials. You will be alerted via email and will be able to see the entire passwords (when available) that have been jeopardized. 

Benefits of Monthly Service

  • We monitor your email domain 365 days per year.
  • Full passwords are revealed, if available. Some encrypted passwords can also be decrypted using 3rd party tools we share with you.
  • Up to 5 key employees can have personal email addresses (such as Hotmail, Gmail and Yahoo) monitored for free.
  • Your supplier or vendor domains can be monitored for breaches that could adversely impact you.
  • Daily or monthly notifications will be sent regularly to up to five of your managers regarding any new compromises that were found.
  • The search results are not limited to only 24 months, but could go back many years earlier.

One-time Search:  

$199 one-time fee.

Introductory Offer: Save 20% on your one-time fee if you sign up for this service before September 30th.  The one-time charge is only $159.00 through September 30th, 2017. 

If you buy our one-time email password protection search, we’ll apply 100% of this cost toward your monthly service if you sign-up by Sept 30th, 2017. (The monthly fee will stay at the discounted rate for the first year.)

During this one time search, we will send you a report of all emails found, along with passwords if available. (Passwords will be masked – only the first four characters will be shown unless you purchase the monthly monitoring plan.)

Benefits of One-time search:

  • View partial passwords (first 4 characters)
  • Evaluate 2 years of history
  • Inspect 100 of the most recent records

Comparison Chart
There is no guarantee that our vendor will find every credential for sale on the Dark Web. There could also occasionally be some fake email addresses within any particular domain. The search results will typically be from the last 24 months but passwords could be older, from databases no longer actively used. The one-time search is limited to the most recent 100 records for email vulnerabilities. Monthly customers will have access to all available records. There is a 12-month minimum term for the LeBlanc Email Password Protection Service.

Many records will have an encrypted password which can sometimes be decrypted through the use of one of the publically available decryptions sites we will provide you. However, some passwords will not be able to be deciphered or there may be no password shown at all. (It does not mean you are safe.)

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