leakedin - LinkedIn password hacked checker
6.5 million LinkedIn passwords (unsalted SHA-1 hashes) were allegedly leaked, and many of those have already been cracked. This command line tool will help to check if your password is hacked.
$ gem install leakedin
$ leaked YOURPASSOWORD
This tool uses http://leakedin.org/ to check your password. Your password is not stored by this tool in any kind. Use the tool on your own risk, I'm not responsible for your use.
- Author : Dimitar Kostov
- Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website : http://dimitarkostov.com
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