A new report says that the Dark web is now selling stolen Visa or MasterCard details which cost £11 per head. You can buy the stolen credit card details on the dark web using a Bitcoin. Other information like credit cards, emails, IP address, and corporate accounts are openly sold.
The information cost on the dark web differs from each country. From the list, we can predict that the US is said to have a least and cheapest price to buy a stolen card details on the dark web. But, UK and EU is double the price of US. Dark web sells
There is a huge variety of stolen data for sale on the dark web, including both financial information and login details. It is also the place fraudsters go to buy the tools used to commit identity theft. Dark web sells stolen card details to the US for £11 and UK & EU for £28. Below, we look at the average price of various types of personal information for sale.
Equifax researched more about the selling information on the dark web and describes the recent price for a specific country to buy the stolen data. Not only credit card details but also the hacking email and social media account details are getting sold on the market pricing as mentioned in the below screenshot.
It is evident that the customers of UK-based Tesco Bank found empty cash on their account after cyber criminals hacked the security system. They steal around £2.5 mln from 9000 people. This kind of stolen information is getting sold on the dark web for a cheaper rate, the reports assumed by Coin Telegraph.
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