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Interested in knowing which sites have suffered data breaches? You may soon be able to do just that.

Firefox’s new Quantum browser will may soon get a feature that will warn you if you are going to a website that has hacked.

According to reports, Firefox is in collaboration with a website called "Have I Been Pwned," to create this feature. The website checks your email and tells you if your credentials have been stolen by hackers.

According to Troy Hunt, the security expert behind “Have I Been Pwned, confirmed the reports, tweeting "yes, we're doing some awesome things with @mozilla and @haveibeenpwned."





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