Here’s How Much Your Digital Identity is Worth on the Dark Web
Hacker using laptop. Lots of digits on the computer screen.

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.

Your hacked Gmail is worth $65.

Hacked Facebook account: $45.

Uber: $15. That’s for a rider account. A hacked driver account is $35.

Stolen PayPal account details, with minimum $1,000 balances: $20.

Credit card details and associated information: between $17 and $120.

Your entire online identity, including bank logins and PINs: $1,010.

I have to admit, I’m a little hurt that it’s that low! I guess it’s a volume game. There is SO MUCH available thanks to all the data breaches, juse one person’s data isn’t really that valuable. Supply and demand is in effect even on the black market, I suppose!

Hit up PrivacyAffairs.com for the full detailed rundown.