The thriving cybercrime economy of vendors hawking illicit offerings on underground marketplaces grants access to resources that reduce barriers to entry for crimes ranging from fraud to DDoS attacks.
Pricing trends for these offerings shed light not only on their accessibility to threat actors, but also on how economic factors shape the threat landscape.
This report examines pricing trends for the following:
• DDoS-for-hire services
• Exploit kits
• Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) access
• Personally identifiable information (PII)
• Fake U.S. passports and driver’s licenses
• Payment card data
• Access to bank accounts
For the full analysis, download the report.