Flashpoint researchers discovered a Russian speaking underground market place named “Magbo” selling access to approximately 3,000 breached sites for as little as 50 cents.
The site allowed cybercriminals to purchase the exact breach they need depending on the website value with prices as low as 50 cents per access to $1,000 per access, depending on a website ranking listing various host providers, according to a Sept. 19 blog post.
“High-value targets would obviously fetch a higher price and capabilities to inject payment card sniffers or other tools for deeper network penetration,” researchers said in the post. “Sites with a lower ranking and a lesser perceived value are more likely to be abused for cryptocurrency mining or spam delivery.”
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