All it takes to make over $900,000 a year is to learn some code, pick up some Russian, decide to become a criminal, and have no fear. That’s it. Put it all together, take a deep breath, and then even you can become a novice cybercriminal. That’s what Ziv Mador, VP of security from information-security company Trustwave, showed me. He gave me an exclusive look into his research about the criminal underbelly of the internet. And it turns out hackers stand to rake in quite a bit of money if they know how to operate and where to turn. In fact, according to his conservative estimates, even the most rudimentary of hackers stand to make as much as $80,000 a month. Doing so isn’t so hard. The world of hacking and selling exploits is replete with people looking to hawk their coded goods. But let’s not focus on what one must do to enter this world; it’s really the numbers that speak for themselves. Mador explained that the ecosystem of hacking consists of renting access to already-made exploits. These offerings are available on Craigslist-like sites, but for hacker eyes only. The security expert said that most people using these sites are Russian or Eastern […]
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