Code: https://blogs.ancestry.com/ancestry/2017/12/23/rootsweb-security-update/ Please have a read of the above blog post if you are a past or current user of Ancestry and / or RootsWeb. I was browsing Twitter and it came up - I thought it would be relevant to you. Main take outs: Don't reuse passwords (Don't use the same password on multiple sites) Don't be surprised if your Ancestry account requires a password reset next time you log in - they are doing this for your security. Set a password different from your old one. If you are using the same password on multiple sites, it's a good new year's resolution to rectify this and set a different password for each site you are a member of. Additional resources: Code: https://haveibeenpwned.com/ A site that can be used to check if your email has been caught up in any data breaches. Enter your email. If any sites come up as Pwned, change your password on those sites. Code: https://haveibeenpwned.com/Passwords A site that can be used to check if your passwords have previously been involved in a data breach. If you see 'Pwned', change that password to something else on the site you've used it.