NetAgent monitors whether it detects the user's personal identification information on global websites in the black market, internet chats, and social networks. This includes information such as names, surnames, date of birth, social security numbers, bank account numbers, credit and debit card numbers, email addresses and passwords, phone numbers, passport numbers, or international bank account numbers, depending on the scope defined by the user. It allows for timely response and steps to protect personal data.
NetAgent will alert you if we detect any activity involving your data. It is not always possible to provide the source where the data was exposed. Hackers are inventive and offer their stolen lists on social networks, various dark web platforms, or trade them P2P, so it is sometimes not possible to determine which page they stole the information from. NetAgent provides the scope that was found at the time of their list's publication. If the source page is not mentioned, it means we do not have this information.
We continuously monitor thousands of websites, social networks, and dark web platforms.