The dark web: How hackers make money out of your profiles [INFOGRAPHIC]

Jun 23, 2017 | Regulation

With the number of high profile hacks on the rise, password management app Keeper Security, has pulled together an infographic on the dark web and how hackers make their money. How much is your information worth on the dark web: • Spotify account £2.20 • Hulu account £2.20 • Netflix £0.80 – £2.40 • Paypal […]

With the number of high profile hacks on the rise, password management app Keeper Security, has pulled together an infographic on the dark web and how hackers make their money.
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How much is your information worth on the dark web:

• Spotify account £2.20
• Hulu account £2.20
• Netflix £0.80 – £2.40
• Paypal £1.20
• Social Security Number £0.80
• Drivers license £16.00
• Credit card £6.40 – £17.60
• Email address and password £0.60 – £1.80
• Medical record from a large scale attack £1.20 – £8.00
• Complete medical record – up to £800

Other killer insights include:

• In 2016 someone’s identity was stolen every 2 seconds
• 70% of people pay to unlock their device
• £860 is the average cosy of unlocking an infected device
• On average hackers make £32.60/hr

Source: https://keepersecurity.com/en_GB/

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