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The data of about 1.8 million debit and credit cards, stolen from their owners over the past six months, were put up for sale on the darknet, The Times reports, citing a study by the Israeli company CyberInt.

The company clarifies that among those put up for sale over the past six months were the data of 74.8 thousand cards belonging to residents of the UK, and approximately 485 thousand - residents of the USA. Criminals sell all the data necessary to carry out card transactions: name on the card, card number, expiration date and CVV number.

According to CyberInt, the average cost of one debit or credit card data typically ranges from $10 to $20. But scammers sell dozens of them at once, and most often receive payment in cryptocurrencies. At the same time, the company notes that during the pandemic, the volume of data stolen by fraudsters has increased significantly, as people have become more active in making purchases on the Internet.
 
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