Your personal information may be for sale every day on the Deep Web

“Buy a database of millions of people’s personal information for a monthly fee” The offer circulates on the Internet. Hackers, and even legally constituted companies offer information of entire families. They say that those interested can access the names of parents, children, ID cards, addresses, emails, telephone numbers and even monthly salaries and that you only need to pay from $500 to $1,000 per month. Investigations carried out in this regard show that these companies and hackers buy the databases in the illegal market and then store and resell them through other legal companies—sort of like money laundering for data.…

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