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Facebook logins are being sold on the dark web for just $3.90 each, a shocking report has revealed.

Email logins sell for as little as $2.70 each, according to experts who analyzed the value of 26 commonly used accounts.

The article goes on to state the following:

They found the majority of someone’s online life could be available for just $970, which includes all usernames, passwords and email addresses.

The best way to protect these details is by using multiple verification, the report found.

The news comes just days after Facebook discovered a massive security breach affecting 50 million user accounts – including those of Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg.

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