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Here’s How Much You’re Worth on the Dark Web

The dark web is a scary place. According to research, an estimated 90% of posts on the dark web are from people looking to contract somebody for cybercrime. A lot of it is people looking for hackers to do website cybercrime. The dark web is a scary place.

For sale on the Dark Web:

It’s a haven for criminals people trying to buy illegal collectibles, credit card numbers, drugs, guns, counterfeit money, and stolen goods, you name it. It’s not a pretty place the dark web has also been linked to human trafficking. Just the stuff I’ve seen in movies is scary enough. Unfortunately, it’s probably even worse in real life.

It’s impossible to keep up with the number of password leaks and business hacks. What is your information worth to hackers or unethical data mining companies that end up with your information?

The amount of YOU”RE information that people are willing to pay for is INSANE. If you really want to freak out then I recommend checking out PrivacyAffairs.com . They Have a pretty complete rundown of the types of info cyber criminals are after.

How much are you worth on the dark web?

  • Your full online persona, together with bank PINs and logins is worth: $1,010.00

  • Information related to credit cards, can sell from $17 to $120.

  • Details of a stolen PayPal account, with a minimum balance of $1,000..... $20

  • Uber . . . $15   for a rider account. If you want  a compromised driver account that  costs $35.

  • $45.00 for a Facebook account hack.

  • Your compromised Gmail is valued at $65.