Almost 1.3 million debit and credit card details are up for sale on a darknet shop Joker’s Stash, according to the latest report of Group-IB, a Singapore-based cybersecurity company.
This is one of the biggest single-file databases of stolen electronic copy of cards ever uploaded on darknet markets at once. It is noteworthy that the database was not advertised on card shop or specialized forums where such information is usually offered.
The card details, 95% of which belong to Indian banks’ customers, was uploaded to the web market on October 28. The database, listed as “INDIA-MIX-NEW-01” is estimated at more than $130 million — $100 per one card data. More than 18% of the card details are from a single Indian bank.
As a reminder, earlier this August, bank card details of over 5.3 million customers of US-based supermarket chain Hy-Vee were listed for sale on the platform. This is the biggest credit card dump of this year.