In lieu of all of the recent hacking tirades on company databases like Sony and Epsilon, Australian tech consultant, Daniel Grzelak, has created a site dedicated to helping the hacked. Grzelak's engine works by having users type in their email (promising that it will not be captured or stored, of course) then scours the web to see if any information pertaining to it has been compromised. The site also tips users on how to create effective passwords. You can check it out here.
[via NY Times]