Your Personal Data is available for sale on Dark Web; only for just Rs 3,500: A lot of folks are worrying about the personal data leak online. If you think your online data is safe in hands of these virtual companies then you are wrong. You all should know that the personal data isn’t safe in the hand of the users right now or you can say that they have no control over it. We aren’t just talking about the Facebook Data even the reports showed that the various others apps aren’t safe anymore.
Private Data Of Indian Internet Users Could Be On Sale For As Low As
You all should know that the personal data of a user is available for the sale on the 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. Now, you should know that the data isn’t safe anymore and we are pretty scared that how much private data is online is hard to say.
A new research by the cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab has investigated that the dark web is offering the personal data of the users. Also, the reports are coming that the new cybercriminals can sell someone’s complete digital life for less than $50 (nearly Rs 3,500). It isn’t worthy anymore and we are pretty sure that you all are scared. Now, you all should know that there are many ways to save the data from getting leaked and we’ll talk about it on another threat.
The cybersecurity firm said, “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.”
Also, the Senior Security Researcher at Kaspersky Lab added, “It is clear that data hacking is a major threat to us all, and this applies at both an individual and societal level because stolen data funds many social evils.” You all should know that the data is leaked because of the people’s careless about the Data.