New Cybercrime-as-a-Service: Unethical Pen-testing



I have talked about this a few times before, there is a well-developed $3 Billion underground economy specialized in cybercrime. Here is an example of a "promising" new criminal DIY service that automates a lot of the hard work of hacking into your website. They aim to provide their customers with what they call "private exploitation techniques", capable of compromising practically any Web site.

It's a fully commercial operation. You can get a free demo of some vulnerable websites to see how it works. You pay just 5 bucks to scan a target website, and if that site can be hacked, the price goes to $50. The new service does not use Google, you can just manually type
in the target website. You can also get consulting services to help you hack into a target website, with prices starting at $1,000.

Dang, it's a complete criminal supermarket out there with a supply-chain that fully covers the hacking process nuts-to-bolts. (Hat Tip to DDanchev)


Topics: Cybercrime, Hacking

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