There are a bunch of them on forums. These hackers remain anonymous, offering certain services, and demand decentralized payment. hacking a Gmail account goes for 90 bucks.
One post on an underground hacking forum claims it will “Website hack or ddos. Paying well.” The poster explained that they wanted a WordPress-built website down. While this person would not provide reasons, he or she did add that the bounty was as much as “2k euro.”
A tool to hack Facebook accounts: $19.99 for 3 months
One popular hacker offering involves boosting Yelp ratings. Many offer services for posting positive Yelp reviews for a price. They can go as low as $3 a pop. Other, more savvy individuals say they’ve figured out how to remove bad reviews. Some hackers even offer months-long services for a set fee
Facebook account access: $350
Another post on HackersList requested help accessing a Facebook account. The description for the project is somewhat amusing; “I need to get into a facebook page. Long short of it is I must know whats going on and I have no other choice (sic).” This plea successfully closed with a $350 bid
Hilton HHonors Points: $15
Earlier this year Hilton reportedly admitted that its rewards program HHonors had been vulnerable to a breach which potentially put many members’ passwords and PINs at risk. Even though Hilton reportedly patched the problem and urged all customers to change their passwords, hackers are still offering ways to hack into HHonors member accounts and steal their points. While individual accounts go for as little as $3, some hackers have set up configurations to crack into multiple accounts. These go for about $15.
Netflix passwords: $1.25
One easy find online are hacked Netflix accounts. You can find numerous postings on a number of hacking forums hawking individual Netflix credentials. They go for about $1.25 a pop. A site called PayIvy recently made headlines when hackers put their loot on the PayIvy marketplace, getting payed anonymously via PayPal. While many hacked Netflix accounts are still available on PayIvy, the company claims that it will scrub all illegal content from its marketplace later this month