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Every year, hundreds of millions of usernames and passwords are exposed online when websites or apps become the target of data breaches. Hackers use this stolen info to hijack accounts and engage in fraudulent transactions, identity theft, illegal fund transfers, or other illegal activities.

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Unfortunately, many people reuse the same usernames and passwords for more than one online account. This leaves them vulnerable on multiple sites when breaches occur.

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To help you protect your online accounts, Password Monitor informs you if any of your passwords have been compromised in a data breach. Changing your passwords immediately is the best way to prevent your accounts from being hijacked.

Note: Password Monitor is currently available only on Windows and macOS.

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How Password Monitor works

When Password Monitor is on, Microsoft Edge automatically checks passwords you’ve saved in the browser against a database of known breached credentials. This database is updated periodically.

If any saved passwords match those in the database, they’ll appear on the Password Monitor page. You can get to the page by typing edge://settings/passwords/PasswordMonitor in the Microsoft Edge address bar (Windows and macOS only). Any passwords that appear on this page are no longer safe to use and should be changed immediately.

When Password Monitor checks your passwords against the database of known leaked credentials, they’re hashed and encrypted before being sent to the service. This encryption helps prevent anyone but you from seeing your saved passwords.

Turn on Password Monitor

  1. Make sure you’re signed in to Microsoft Edge using your Microsoft account or your work or school account.

  2. At the top corner of the browser, select Settings and more (...) > Settings.

  3. Select Profiles > Passwords.

  4. Turn on the toggle next to Show alerts when passwords are found in an online leak. After the toggle is turned on, any unsafe passwords will be displayed on the Password Monitor page.

What to do if you discover your password has been compromised

  1. At the top corner of the browser, select Settings and more(...) > Settings.

  2. Select Profiles > Passwords > Password Monitor.

  3. For each account where your password is shown to be compromised, select the Change Password button. You’ll be taken to the relevant website where you can change your password.

  4. If an entry in the list of compromised passwords is no longer relevant to you, you can ignore it by selecting Ignore.

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If you don’t see the 1Password icon in your browser’s toolbar, make sure 1Password is up to date in your browser. If 1Password is installed in your browser, but you still don’t see it in your browser’s toolbar, you can customize the toolbar to make it visible.

Safari

First, make sure 1Password is turned on in Safari. Choose Safari > Preferences, then click the Extensions icon and turn on 1Password.

To add the 1Password icon to the toolbar in Safari:

  1. Choose View > Customize Toolbar.
  2. Drag the 1Password button to the toolbar. If you don’t see the button, restart your Mac and try again.
  3. Click Done.

Chrome

First, make sure 1Password is turned on in Chrome. Click the Chrome menu in the toolbar and choose More Tools > Extensions. Then click to turn on 1Password.

To add the 1Password icon to the toolbar in Chrome:

  1. Click in the toolbar.
  2. Clicknext to 1Password.

Firefox

First, make sure 1Password is turned on in Firefox. Click the Firefox menu in the toolbar and choose Add-ons >Extensions. Then click to turn on 1Password.

To add the 1Password icon to the toolbar in Firefox:

  1. Click the Firefox menu in the toolbar.
  2. Choose Customize.
  3. Drag 1Password to the toolbar.
  4. Click Done.

If you can’t add 1Password to the toolbar in Firefox

If you’re unable to find 1Password or drag it to the toolbar in Firefox, you may have a corrupt Firefox profile. You should be able to get things working by creating a new profile in Firefox.

Edge

First, make sure 1Password is turned on in Edge. Click the Edge menuin the toolbar and choose Extensions. Then click to turn on 1Password.

To add the 1Password icon to the toolbar in Edge:

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  1. Click the Microsoft Edge menu in the toolbar.
  2. Control- or right-click the 1Password icon and choose Move to the Toolbar.

Brave

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First, make sure 1Password is turned on in Brave. Click the Brave menu in the toolbar and choose More Tools > Extensions. Then click to turn on 1Password.

To add the 1Password icon to the toolbar in Brave:

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  1. Click in the toolbar.
  2. Clicknext to 1Password.