Block attacks from
compromised credentials

It’s simple. Don’t authenticate credentials that have been exposed.

PasswordPing helps you prevent attacks from compromised credentials in real time by checking each login against billions of previously exposed username and password combinations that would otherwise be valid in your environment.

  • Check username & password combinations against our database

  • Automatically control logins from compromised credentials in real-time

  • Redirect users to reset a secure password

The reuse of passwords is the No. 1 cause of harm on the Internet.Alex Stamos, CSO Facebook
CNET, Nov 2016
Studies show at least
of people reuse passwords
The password is by far the weakest link in cybersecurity today.Michael Chertoff, Former Head Homeland Security, Oct 2016

  • Billions of compromised user credentials are circulated on the public Internet and Dark Web. Unfortunately, because most people reuse their passwords across sites, cybercriminals can obtain username and password combinations from previous data breaches that will be valid in your environment. PasswordPing now provides a simple way to solve this problem using the same approach applied by the leading technology companies.

Web & App Protection

Protect your customer account from
hijacking and fraud
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Network Protection

Secure employee accounts with
our Active Directory integration
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Enterprise Security

Built for the most security conscious organization.
Read our Security Overview

At its core, PasswordPing is a cloud database of exposed login credentials continuously updated by our threat research team accessed by:

  • API Services
    A set of secure, RESTful web services that provides flexible integration options for your customer facing website and other use cases. Learn More
  • Active Directory Plug-in
    An easy to install Password Filter DLL plug-in for your Active Directory that secures your network from known compromised credentials. Learn More

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