Monday, 13 June 2016

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A set of data has been listed for sale on the dark web that purports to hold over a quarter of a million driver’s license records, claims the International Business Times.

According to the hacker, who uses the alias ‘NSA’, the data include names, date of births, addresses, ZIP codes, phone numbers, and email addresses. The data also reportedly contains details about drivers’ infringements such as speeding, theft, and even murder.

The Real Deal, like all dark web-hosted marketplaces, accepts payment in Bitcoin, which is a form of cryptocurrency that makes online purchases anonymous.

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