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Pwned Passwords are hundreds of millions of real world passwords previously exposed in data breaches.This exposure makes them unsuitable for ongoing use as they're at much greater risk of beingused to take over other accounts. They're searchable online below as well as beingdownloadable for use in other online systems. Read more about how HIBP protects the privacy of searched passwords.
The Pwned Passwords service was created in August 2017 after NIST released guidance specifically recommending that user-provided passwords be checkedagainst existing data breaches. The rationale for this advice and suggestions for howapplications may leverage this data is described in detail in the blog post titledIntroducing 306 Million Freely Downloadable Pwned Passwords.In February 2018, version 2 of the service was releasedwith more than half a billion passwords, each now also with a count of how many times they'dbeen seen exposed. A version 3 release in July 2018contributed a further 16M passwords, version 4 came in January 2019along with the \"Collection #1\" data breach to bring the total to over 551M.Version 5 landed in July 2019with a total count of 555M records, version 6 arrived June 2020with almost 573M then version 7 arrived November 2020bringing the total passwords to over 613M. The final monolithic release was version 8 in December 2021which marked the beginning of the ingestion pipeline utilised by law enforcement agencies such as the FBI.
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I saw test collections for insomnia that send just a bunch of malicious http requests and that in my opinion gives a false sense of security if admins just test the systems directly exposed to the internet. 59ce067264