, our favorite password manager , has added a new feature called Sentry that automatically emails you whenever it detects a breach on one of your online accounts. It’s been a big year for breaches. From Zappos to Dreamhost to Last.fm and LinkedIn .

Now, LastPass has partnered with PwnedList , a database of publicly leaked usernames and , to create LastPass Sentry. Sentry checks PwnedList’s database daily for email addresses and matches it against your LastPass vault. If it finds any matching emails, it’ll send you a notice that your account has been breached and that you need to change your password.

It’s a much, much easier way to keep up with any security breaches that happen around the net, and while it’s no replacement for good security habits , it’s one more way to keep your accounts safe and secure.

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LastPass Sentry Warns You When Your Online Accounts Have Been Breached [Lastpass]