If for ordinary people the dark grid represents a dark and evil place (which it can be in places), it is, above all, generally misunderstood and mysterious. However, this “our internet” is used by thousands, even millions of people every day. Unsurprisingly, it’s used to sell more or less legal stuff, among other things (usually illegal, let’s face it), and surprisingly, it’s not necessarily the stuff you think is being bought the most. A recent chart by an analytics company showed which products are the most expensive and the most sold, and we’re going to show you some of them.

Stolen bank details: $120

No, it’s not guns, hit man services, or a Nintendo game cartridge AND, it’s actually private banking data recovered through hacked databases that are the most sold on the dark web. This is not particularly reassuring, but know that on average $120 is enough to have bank IDs for an account with more than $5000 and at least $80 for an account with more than $1000. It is clear that the first proposal is more interesting.

All types of malware: $5,500

Malware (or viruses if you prefer) sold in packs of 1000s that can block a site, trap internet users or do any other crazy thing at their leisure is in high demand on the dark web. The best ones sell for $5,500, but you can find cheaper ones, but they are geolocated and only work in Europe or North America for about $1,800. We will never give you enough information to protect yourself well online, there are many things on the internet that we believe are at least safe.

Driver’s license: $160

Again, the price varies by country, but if you’re too lazy to pass a driver’s license, you can get one completely illegally for $160, which could land you a nice jail sentence. No kidding, don’t do that and go to one of the departments where it’s easier to pass your license.

Fake passports: $3,800

Selling “physical” documents also exists and works very well on the dark web. First in this category are fake passports, the prices of which quite logically vary depending on the country of demand, but if you want to have passports from, for example, Lithuania, most European passports sell for $3,800. Considering the price, you really have to know what to look for.

Hacked social media data: $45

Personal information is probably the most traded thing on the dark web, and logging into a Facebook account that isn’t yours will cost an average of $45, while logging into a Google account is a bit more expensive at around $65, but it will give you. The ability to sort through the emails of someone you don’t know is a great service to provide to others.

Premium accounts for all types of sites

Obviously, premium Netflix subscriptions or similar subscriptions for other streaming platforms or porn sites at low prices are popular on the dark web. For a one-year premium Netflix subscription, for example, you’ll have to pay $25, which is, frankly, cheaper than the regular rates. But once again, this is illegal, so stop thinking about it immediately and put down your credit card.

Unsecured website addresses: $850

Why would anyone want to acquire poorly secured website addresses? Block them and demand ransom to attack them. For $850 you can get the address of one of them and a DDOS attack package, denial of service attacks. This involves overwhelming the number of links on a website in record time to render it unusable, such as when thousands of people join a site at the opening of a pre-concert sale.

Cryptocurrency wallets: $400

When we buy cryptocurrencies, we store them either on a hard drive or online in a digital wallet. But it happens that people who do not pay much attention to web security make minimal efforts to protect their data. You can basically get access to a verified account on some platforms and recover someone else’s funds for $400, but don’t make it miserable.

Online payment accounts: $800

Do you see the principle of Paypal? Well, there are a bunch of other such platforms out there and you can get your stolen account information to do illegal things and scam some poor person who doesn’t want it. You don’t really have to have a soul to do this. And $800 in the bank account.

Stolen accounts associated with different services: at different prices

Here we come to the more general part of what sells well, things as varied (and stolen) as Uber driver accounts, sports betting site accounts, paid software subscriptions, and many others. Oh and you can also (and above all) buy followers for your social networks, this is very useful because for $4 you can have for example 1000 more insta followers.

If not, you can use the legal internet and buy cool stuff like weird gifts and still be a good citizen.