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Has the email address and password combination you use to log into your Joomla site (or other sites) ever been exposed in a data breach? You can find out a reliable answer to that question by checking out to see if you have ever been Pwned.


 - The video discusses the concept of "being pwned," which means being controlled or dominated due to exposure in a data breach.
- Viewers are directed to the website "" to check if their email address has been exposed in a data breach.
- The presenter demonstrates the process by checking his own email addresses for breaches.
- He suggests using a password manager tool like "1Password" or "Bitwarden" to create and store unique passwords for different sites to enhance security.
- The video encourages viewers to check their email addresses and take necessary precautions to protect their online accounts.

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