I am a premium subscriber to LastPass and it has worked well for me over the last couple of years. They are offering a "Dark Web Monitoring" option that I selected not long ago.
As a result, I just received 59 emails from LastPass of the following format:
"Breach alert: Action required
LastPass has detected that your personal data has been compromised in an online breach.
Compromised email: xxxxx
Compromised site: yyyyy.com
Compromised data: Emails, Passwords, Usernames"
The suggested solution is to log on to the site and change passwords, but I have no memory of ever signing on to the vast majority of the sites and the email addresses referenced (see xxxxx above) are often text strings such as "admin".
I guess I'm tempted to just act on the ones that make sense and file the other notices away, but I'm wondering if there's anything else I should do?
Pretty interesting that there is info that can be identified as mine plastered all over the dark web.
So, any suggestions as to how to handle? At