New research suggests Australians seem to be reasonably cluey when it comes to Internet passwords, but it's not so clear whether they're putting their knowledge into action.
Sydneysider Daniel Grzelak has put together an online database of compromised email accounts, easily searchable, to let end-users type in their email addresses to see whether they come up on the list of hacked email addresses - or not.
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