DeHashed does not advertise as a hack tool. Over the last 4 and a bit years, there's certainly been some ups and downs in terms of how comfortable I've felt with the legitimacy of the service and obviously I'm now exceptionally happy with where it sits today. DeHashed has many measures in place to prevent the misuse of its engine.

This will prevent potential unwanted malicious users from using DeHashed to create "Combo Lists". FF These guys I love this because it's proactive; it's encouraging people to make a behavioural change by seeing first-hand how extensively they've already been pwned.

Looking to see if your email address has ever been compromised? It's a fascinating scaling problem to deal with: