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How much is your info worth on the Dark Web? For Americans, it's just $8

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February 8, 2021

How much is your info worth on the Dark Web? For Americans, it’s just $8

A new article in TechRepublic reported that personal information from US citizens found on the Dark Web—ranging from Social Security numbers, stolen credit card numbers, hacked PayPal accounts, and more—is worth just $8 on average, according to a new report from tech research firm Comparitech.  TechRepublic tapped K2’s VP of Marketing, Tim Chiu for commentary

Click here to read the TechRepublic article and K2’s commentary here


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