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Google’s dark web monitoring tool now available for free to all users

11 July, 2024 11:47

Google has introduced a dark web protection feature for its users.

This feature called Dark Web Report was earlier limited to Google One subscribers but now it has been rolled out to all Google users.

The feature which was earlier users used to spend at least Rs209 per month will now be available to them for free.

The purpose of this feature is to help users monitor their personal data so that their privacy is not affected by data leaks.

This feature will be made part of Google’s Results About section in the next few weeks. 9 to 5 Google reports that the dark web monitoring tool will now be available to everyone.

The tool provides users with detailed analysis of leaked personal data including name, date of birth, phone number, email address and others.

According to the report, the purpose of providing access to this feature to all users is to improve their security.

The company said that this move will provide users with protection in the online world.

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