There are so many password breaches and companies getting hacked it’s impossible to keep up. So when hackers or corrupt data mining firms DO get their hands on your info . . . what’s it worth to them?
A cybersecurity firm called Privacy Affairs just studied what your logins and personal info sell for on the dark web. Here’s what they found . . .
1. Your hacked Gmail is worth $65.
2. Hacked Facebook account . . . $45.
3. Uber . . . $15. That’s for a rider account. A hacked driver account is $35.
4. Stolen PayPal account details, with minimum $1,000 balances . . . $20.
5. Credit card details and associated information . . . between $17 and $120.
6. Your entire online identity, including bank logins and PINs . . . $1,010.
(Hit up PrivacyAffairs.com for the full detailed rundown