Monday, July 15, 2024

Malicious Hackers Selling Variety of Hacking Tools on the Dark Web that Start from $1 – Here is the Price list

Recent research revealed that the underground Dark web market flooding with a variety of hacking tools for the cheapest price and letting anyone can buy and use them to perform various malicious activities.

Those listed tools can be used for buyers to perform various malicious activities such as stealing personal information, hijacking accounts, etc.

There are a number of dark web markets available such as Berlusconi Market, Empire Market, Wall Street Market, Dream, and Point where fraudsters sell hacking tools to commit all types of cybercrime.

These are the most Popular Dark web markets that offer tons of hacking tools and are completely encrypted websites that we can access through Tor Browsers.

Fraudsters offer a variety of hacking tools in these underground markets such as WiFi hacking software,  Bluetooth hacking tools, keyloggers, Malware, RAT, Password Hacking Tools, Phishing, Carding, Exploit, FBI/NSA Hacking Tools, Fraudulent Account, Cryptocurrency Miner Malware including Cell Tower Simulator Kit etc.

Some cheapest items are fake pages and password-hacking tools for well-known brands such as Apple, Facebook, Walmart, Amazon, are selling for just around $2.

BrandAverage Sale Price
Taco Bell$2.07

All the hacking tools are selling along with user manuals that guide for perfectly using those tools against targeted victims.

Price List for Hacking Tools

Tools prices are starting at $2 and it keeps increasing based on the items and their strength also criminals offering a set of impressive hacking tools that you can buy for just  $125.

These set of tools could offer to perform various malicious activities to the target system with malware, hacking WiFi networks and stealing personal information and performing identity theft, etc.

ItemAverage Sale Price
Anonymity Tools$13.19
Carding Software$44.37
Cryptocurrency Fraud Malware$6.07
Phishing Page$2.28
Remote Access Trojan$9.74
WiFi Hacking Software$3.00

Other hacking tools are selling at similar lower prices that include keyloggers ($2.07 on average), WiFi hacking software ($3), Bluetooth hacking tools ($3.48), and Remote Access Trojans, $9.74.

According to the research conducted by TOP10VPN, the following items are selling in the dark web marketplace, and here is the list of Tools and prices.

 Item for SaleAverage Sale Price
ToolsPassword Hacking Tool Custom Files$1.96
 Phishing Page$2.28
 WiFi Hacking Software$3.00
 Bluetooth Hacking Software$3.48
 FBI/NSA Hacking Tools$5.64
 Cryptocurrency Fraud Malware$6.07
 Hacking Software$8.77
 Remote Access Trojan$9.74
 Anonymity Tools$13.19
 Forgery Templates$13.97
 Carding Software$44.37
 Password Hacking Software$50.64
 Cryptocurrency Miner Malware$73.74
 Fraudulent Account$145.05
 Cell Tower Simulator Kit$28,333.33
 Postal System Stealth$3.35
 Account Hacking$3.91
 WiFi Hacking$6.35
 Security Bypass$17.54
 Dark Web$31.20

Apart from this some of the most dangerous and expensive hacking kits target the cell towers to intercept cell data for $50,000.

This hacking tool allows a hacker in possession of one of these can spoof a mobile phone tower sending out signals that force nearby devices to connect, identify themselves, and send texts and calls through the fake tower.

Simon Migliano, Head of Research says  “For a little more than pocket change, hackers can perform more sophisticated attacks. We found countless listings for tools to commit cryptocurrency fraud through malware attacks that would then allow criminals to access lucrative Bitcoin accounts – with Bitcoin currently trading at around $7,800.

Apart from this recent year most powerful hacking tool Leak which is used by CIA/NSA leaks in public offers to delete texts from smartphones; bypass lock screens; find passwords to encrypted backups; extract data from cloud services.

Also Read:

List of Top Ten Dark Web Activities That Alert Organizations a Possible Breach by Hackers

Largest Dark Web Marketplace Black Hand Shut Down By Authorities

Hackers Selling Airport Security System Credentials on Dark Web for $10


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