Indo-Asian News Services reports:
Your personal data may be up for sale on Dark Web for as low as Rs 3,500 that includes stolen social media accounts, banking details and credit card information from sites like Uber as well as gaming and porn websites, a new research has warned.
According to cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab that investigated Dark Web markets to find out how much personal data is worth, cybercriminals can sell someone’s complete digital life for less than $50 (nearly Rs 3,500).
“This can include data from stolen social media accounts, banking details, remote access to servers or desktops, and even data from popular services like Uber, Netflix, and Spotify, as well as gaming websites, dating apps, and porn websites which might store credit card information.”
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