Cyber-attacks are becoming more frequent and sophisticated. In light of recent data breaches in Malaysia, let us help you find out if your personal information has been leaked into the Dark Web. Criminals can potentially use this leaked information to commit fraud.
CTOS’ Dark Web monitoring is a great first step to better protect your identity. We scan billions of data breach records for email addresses, phone numbers, as well as credit/debit card, bank account and passport information. If your information has been leaked, we will alert you and advise you on the next steps you should take to secure your personal information.
Terms & Conditions:
To enjoy the CTOS SecureID FREE 1 month dark web monitoring access, do register between 4th – 31st October 2021.
The 1 month free access starts from the date of your activation.
For existing CTOS users, log in to your CTOS ID account to activate your free access.
For new users, please sign up for a CTOS ID account at no cost. Your free access will be automatically activated upon successful account verification.
The dark web is a part of the internet that isn’t indexed by search engines. This means that the dark web is largely ‘hidden’ as it cannot be accessed in a straightforward manner by regular internet users. A large part of the dark web is used for illegal or criminal activities – for instance, one can buy stolen credit card numbers, all manner of drugs, guns, counterfeit money, stolen subscription credentials, hacked video streaming accounts and software that can help them break into other people’s computers.
CTOS SecureID’s dark web monitoring feature scans the dark web for information that you have provided consensually. If your information turns up on the dark web, the system will pick that up and send you an alert or notification. Then, you’ll be able to take action to protect yourself, such as changing your passwords or shutting down certain accounts.
A large part of the dark web is used for illegal or criminal activities – for instance, one can buy stolen credit card numbers, all manner of drugs, guns, counterfeit money, stolen subscription credentials, hacked video streaming site accounts and software that can help them break into other people’s computers.
Due to the nature of content available on the dark web, you can be at risk if your personal identifiable information is stolen and ends up there. If your information appears on the dark web, it could be detrimental to you in many ways as you wouldn’t know who ends up getting hold of your data and what they’re going to use it for.
You’ll be asked if you want to provide voluntary or optional information so the system can monitor and send you alerts if anything is amiss. Therefore, the more information you provide, the more ways we can help protect you – you’ll be able to enjoy the maximum protection benefit that CTOS SecureID can provide by utilising all its features to your advantage.
Voluntary information you can provide for dark web monitoring:
- First 6 and last 4 digits of the user’s credit / debit card(s)
- Email addresses
- Phone numbers
- Bank account numbers
- Passport numbers
No. You would not be charged because no payment details are captured upfront. You have the option of subscribing for paid monthly or annual package after the free one-month access.