Fortune: “A big problem with passwords is that people use the same one over and over. This means that hackers who steal a password for one website—like for a hotel reward program—can often use it in many other places—such as to unlock their bank account. As a result, compromised passwords can turn into a skeleton key for hackers break into many parts of a victim’s digital life.
To reduce this risk, Google is rolling out a nifty tool that warns users when they visit the website of a company that’s been the victim of a data breach, and warns them if their password has been compromised. Google announced the new tool on Wednesday, alongside a service where users can audit all of their passwords to see if any have been exposed to hackers….”