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Are your company's details for sale on the Dark Web?

Digital credentials, such as usernames and passwords, connect you and your employees to business-critical applications and online services. Unfortunately, criminals know this and that's why these credentials are such a target and among the most valuable assets found on the Dark Web.

The Dark Web is made up of digital communities that sit on top of the Internet. While there are legitimate purposes to the Dark Web, it's estimated that over 50% of sites are used for criminal activities, including the disclosure and sale of digital credentials.

When your employees use their work email on third party sites, such as email services, CRM systems and social media, it makes your business vulnerable to a breach. This risk is dramatically increased by the fact that employees often use the same password for multiple services, so it would only take one comprised login to cause serious damage. However, far too often, businesses are not aware that their credentials have been compromised and sold on the Dark Web until they have been informed by a third party - such as the police.

With our Dark Web Scanning service, we identify, analyse and proactively monitor for your organisation's compromised or stolen employee and customer data. We connect to multiple Dark Web services to search for compromised credentials, providing intelligent awareness so you can respond to a potential threat immediately before a major breach can occur. Extensive reporting and 24x7x365 monitoring allows is to identify industry patterns before they become trends and offers you the intelligence you need to keep your business, employees and clients better protected.

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Targeting businesses on the Dark Web

All businesses hold reams of valuable information that would be of interest to cyber-criminals on the Dark Web.

Even though the stolen credentials themselves may not fetch a high price tag, the financial damage an individual can cause by purchasing them makes them a sought after asset. 


Demand for malware on the Dark Web outstrips supply nearly 3 times. This massive increase in demand has led to cyber-criminals developing new tools to address the need. Some of the most popular include 'malware as a service' and 'malware distribution for hire'.

Payment Info

Stolen credit card numbers can be purchased for as little as £7 on the Dark Web, while payment data goes for around £210. The most common way hackers obtain payment data is through various ransomware trojans, which in recent years have caused severe damage to several high profile companies. In fact, the total damage from such attacks is believed to have exceeded $1.5 billion.

Zoom Accounts

Half a million Zoom accounts were hacked in April 2020 and their data then sold on the dark web. Some records were given away free of charge, whereas others were selling for less than 1 rupee each (approx. 1p). The data, some of which belonged to high profile companies, included passwords, addresses and emails.

Password Harvesters

A stealer, costing around £8 can be used to steal your valuable passwords. The most common ways include stealing your passwords from your clipboard, copying your keystrokes, or saving the title of a window as you are typing. Revenue generated from this type of attack is typically 1,000x higher than the cost of the attack.