Compromised Account


Information on how accounts are compromised and what to do if you think your account has been compromised.

A compromised EU account is one accessed by a person not authorized to use the account.  Criminals and hackers target EU users to gain:

When accounts are compromised, valuable computing resources and sensitive institutional and personal data are put at risk.  Even accounts with limited or no access to institutional data and nothing private or of value in email or personal files are valuable to hackers.

How Accounts are Compromised

Check to see if you have an account that has been compromised in a data breach

Have I been pwned is a website that allows internet users to check if their personal data has been compromised by data breaches.  The site was created by security expert Troy Hunt and has been widely touted as a valuable resource for internet users wishing to protect their own security and privacy. If your address shows up on this list it doesn't necessarily mean that your account has been compromised but you should change your password.  This is just one tool and therefore if your account doesn't show up on this site it doesn't mean that it hasn't been compromised.  The site may be accessed at

What to Do if Your Account is Compromised

Change your EU password

Report It

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