Good SSL Checker – gives lots of details on encryption levels, expiration dates, basic hack defense status etc.
This is the only link [the first one, below] or site that matters when it comes to the Equifax hack. There are many phishing websites disguising themselves, and reports are coming in that hoax or fake emails are popping into Inboxes. Use caution. ONLY go through Equifax, seeming as though they are the ones who caused the mess. As they likely already have your identity, and then lost it via a hack, you may as well follow the steps off the link below to get yourself courtesy identity theft protection for a few years [that is their penance].
I would even emphasize that you should not take my [or anyone’s] word for it, and double check on Equifax’s website yourself.
Cross reference with the FTC:
This is a wonderful overview of the “Darknet” and the Thor browser.
Darknet 101: Your guide to the badlands of the internet
“Hacked login details. Cybersecurity exploits for hire. Drugs, guns and ammo. If there’s something shady going on online, chances are it’s happening on the darknet.”
At first, I thought this was a new beer, ha ha. But it’s just a ‘light’ version of Twitter. It is designed for users tweeting off slower networks or small data plans. Great idea!