People Are Worth $1,285 on the Dark Web, New Study by Privacy Affairs Finds

A new press release by Privacy Affairs offers an updated estimate about what we are worth on the dark web. The researchers’  Dark Web Price Index indicates:

  • Online banking logins cost an average of $35
  • Full credit card details including associated data cost $12-20
  • A full range of documents and account details allowing identity theft can be obtained for $1,500

The report notes that a full range of documents and account details allowing identity theft can be obtained for $1285, which includes:

Stolen online banking logins, min. $100 on account

$35

U.S. driving license, high quality

$550

Auto insurance card

$70

Wells Fargo bank statement with transactions

$80

Europe national ID card

$550

Total

$1,285

Criminals can switch the European ID for a U.S. passport for an additional $950, bringing the total to $2,235 for enough data and documents to do any number of fraudulent transactions.

The full Dark Web Price Index 2020 can be found at https://www.privacyaffairs.com/dark-web-price-index-2020/

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