There are so many password breaches and companies getting hacked it’s almost impossible to keep up. Plus there are companies like Facebook that basically don’t care if people steal your info.
So when hackers or Russians or corrupt data mining firms DO get their hands on your information . . . what’s it worth to them?
A content marketing agency called Fractl just studied what your logins and personal info sell for on the dark web. Here’s what they found . . .
1. Your Gmail password is worth $1.
2. Facebook . . . $5.20.
3. Uber . . . $7.
4. Grubhub . . . $9.
5. PayPal . . . $247.
6. Your entire online identity, including bank logins and PINs . . . $1,200.