Your Gmail is worth more than a bank account on the dark web

Cybersecurity analysts investigated the dark web market and discovered how much private information on notable online platforms, from Facebook to Coinbase, is worth — and the results are staggering.

Researchers at cybersecurity site Privacy Affairs (via BGR) have put together a Dark Web Price Index 2021 to reveal the price value of leaked information stolen by hackers, noting that 2020 has seen companies such as Google, Microsoft, and MasterCard fall victim to nasty security breaches. 

According to the price index, the dark web market sells hacked Gmail accounts at a much higher price than a cloned Mastercard, Visa, or American Express PIN number, and even more than stolen online banking credentials with a minimum of $100 on an account. 

How much is your Gmail worth on the dark web?

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