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Five million people’s stolen data sold on Bot markets

According to one of the biggest VPN service providers in the world, NordVPN, five million people worldwide have had their data stolen and sold on the bot market as of today, with 600,000 of those people being from India, making it the most impacted nation.

Hackers sell stolen data from victims’ devices using bot malware on bot marketplaces.

According to a survey conducted by NordVPN on behalf of Lithuania’s Nord Security, the stolen data included user logins, cookies, digital fingerprints, screenshots, and other data. The average cost of a person’s digital identity was estimated at 490 Indian rupees ($5.95).

Since the start of bot marketplaces in 2018, NordVPN has been collecting data.


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