Over the course of the last six months, Cloudflare bled a lot of sensitive data. The reason? A bug in its HTML-Parser that in the end impacted millions of websites. Beside other things, they offer DDoS protection and a CDN service. Due to the massiv amount of affected websites its a rather important issue and it’s […]
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Yelp today announced a public bug bounty, which will pay up to $15,000 for critical vulnerabilities found on its mobile and desktop sites, public API and other areas of its infrastructure.
That’s only partly true. Business Insider released an interesting list that tells you how much it costs to get different accounts hacked. According to the page hacking a generic website is quite expensive when compared to the other options: You’ll have to pay as much as $2000 to get it done. Getting Facebook account access is a lot cheaper with only $350 and the one for Gmail would only cost you $90. One popular hacker apparently even offers to boost Yelp reviews!
Let’s face it. If you know the right search terms you’ll be able to find almost everything. “While it’s well-known that the dark web offers black market marketplaces for things like drugs and firearms, so too are there places where hackers offer up their skills for a fee. These hackers-for-hire offer a wide-ranging menu of services, many of which are likely not legal, “ writes Business Insider, and one of the pages offering some of the services reads: “Hiring a hacker shouldn’t be a difficult process, we believe that finding a trustworthy professional hacker for hire should be a worry free and painless experience.”
If there is one thing we can take from all of this, it’s that account safety should be takes more serious than ever.
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