There are many methods and tools to find, access, and delete these accounts without worrying about them, whether the user knows where the account was created, doesn’t know it, or has used a password manager.
Madrid (Portaltic/EP).- After years of Internet browsing, anyone can create an account to gain access to many services.
Many users would like to find out where their accounts were created during this time so that they can be deleted. This can be for many reasons, including wanting to preserve content that they created earlier, control their digital footprint, or stop receiving emails from pages they don’t use anymore.
There are several tools that can help you find, access and delete accounts. This depends on whether you know where they were created, do not know or have used a password manager.
I remember my account
First of all, if the user knows and remembers the service or network in which he created the account he wishes to delete, there are several tools that can find them without any complicated process: Account Killer and Just Delete Me, including search engines. You can also delete the account’s site.
Account Killer will find the page that the user created and provide step-by-step instructions for how to delete it. In some cases, Account Killer may also give a link to the deletion procedure. Just Delete Me uses the same principle but provides an assessment of the difficulty involved in performing the process.
Data Requests offers a data request generator to create text and request the deletion of accounts.
If you are unable to locate your account, contact Data Requests and ask them to delete it. This would be in accordance with Article 17 of EU General Data Protection Regulation.
I don’t know where my account is
If, contrary to what happens when using Account Killer and Delete Me, remember that email is not the website that created the account with it, there are a range of ways to find them and then use the aforementioned resources.
Although it is not an account resource, you can search for keywords and phrases in your inbox to find it.
You can create an account by visiting the original website several times to send commercial communications and information about events, new products, or instructions for the account.
Thanks to this, you can find accounts that are not even suspicious by looking for emails containing phrases and keywords in Spanish, English, and other languages (such as “register”, “new account”, “confirmation” emails) ‘Or’mail’,’check email’,’register’,’activate account’,’password’,’welcome’,’free trial’…
Similarly, you can search for the person’s own name and patiently scroll through old emails. If you remember your username, you can also include them to optimize your search, or search for them on sites such as Namechk and Knowem to indicate on which social platforms an account with that name already exists, and then check if it’s you my own.
You can change the original intent of an account filtering website by continuing to search for account information. Websites like Avast Hack Check and Have I Being Pwned can notify you if certain email addresses have been compromised or are in danger. This information can help you find out where they are located.
You can also use different search engines with their various search algorithms to locate your account if you don’t find the information you need.
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