10 signs your identity has been stolen

What is identity theft, and how does it happen?

Identity theft is a villain that steals your personal info to impersonate you. It can
happen through account breaches, malware, phishing, and more.

10 signs your identity has been stolen
Watch out for these signs:

  • Unauthorized bank charges.
  • Mystery credit inquiries.
  • Unexplained credit score dips.
  • Mystery credit checks.
  • Spotted credentials on the dark web.
  • Unexpected medical bills.
  • Drained insurance.
  • Debt collector calls.
  • Login troubles.
  • Denied loan applications.

Safeguard your identity from theft

Being a victim of identity theft can be distressing, so: Act swiftly to minimize damage.


  • Strong, unique passwords.
  • Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA).
  • Dark web monitoring.

Stay ahead of the game with proactive measures, and you’ll be a step ahead of
identity thieves!

Crafting the perfect password

Here are five tips for creating a strong password:

  • Make your password at least 16 characters long.
  • Include a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and
  • Don’t use common dictionary words or phrases.
  • Don’t use sequential numbers or letters.
  • Don’t use personal information (pet names, home addresses, etc.)

Passwords that do not follow all the above criteria are considered weak and are
more vulnerable to being compromised by cybercriminals. 

If any of these updates intrigue you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at info@auxility.be
for more details.
Thank you for being a part of our Keeper family. We value your trust and look forward to continuing
this journey of innovation together.

Stay secure and password-savvy.

If you have questions about this post or want to know more, please get in touch with us.

other technical blogposts