Dark Web Monitoring

Following our first report we will continue to provide an ongoing monitoring service based on real-time reporting when a new compromised account is for sale online. The faster we detect this, the sooner you can take action.

Your email address will need to be verified before we can provide your first report. This is to ensure that you are the owner of the email domain we will monitor and send your reports to. We will send you an email verification to your specified email address following your purchase.

The personal details and email address used to complete the purchase will be the personal details and email address monitored in the reports.

Dark Web Monitoring Report

£29 p/m*

Usually £49 p/m

*Use discount code ‘NPDW20’ at checkout & save £20 per month on Dark Web Monitoring

Frequently Asked Questions

Why aren’t our Dark Web Reports Free?

Companies offering a free or complimentary ‘one-off’ Dark Web Report are likely offering a dump of old data that is likely no longer of value.

Following our first report we will continue to provide an ongoing monitoring service based on real-time reporting when a new compromised account is for sale online. The faster we detect, the sooner you can respond and avoid becoming part of the 197 days stat.

What is the dark web?

The “dark web” is an area of the World Wide Web that you can’t access without special software. Websites and content on the dark web won’t appear when you use Google, Yahoo, Bing or another search engines.

The anonymity offered by the software used to gain access to the dark web makes it the perfect place for cyber criminals to do business.

They will buy and sell personal data to commit fraud, steal your identity, or hold your personal or business data and website to ransom in exchange for funds.