A new report by the website Privacy Affairs looked at hundreds of pieces of data being sold on the Dark Web to determine just how much a person’s info is worth and the results may be surprising.
According to the site, a person’s personal information is worth about $1,010.
As for what things are selling for, they include:
- Stolen online banking logins, as little as $50.
- Credit card details and associated information, between $17-$120.
- Hacked Facebook account, $45.
- Cloned VISA with PIN, $20.
- Stolen PayPal account details, minimum $1000 balances: $20.
- Hacked web and entertainment services, like Uber and Netflix can go for up to $40.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to stolen accounts. Overall, the report finds that there are over 9,000 accounts selling fake IDs and credit cards. Last month, the site noted 4.5 million credit cards up for sale.