Facebook has fallen victim to countless security breaches and November brings even more bad news for the social network. Russian hackers are selling private conversations of at least 81,000 Facebook accounts at 10 cents per account, writes the BBC.
According to the BBC Russian Service, which communicated with the hackers, the criminals claim to have the private conversations of 120 million accounts and, of course, they are willing to sell for the right price. Most of the accounts belong to users in Ukraine and Russia, but some come from other countries such as the UK, US and Brazil.
The data breach was detected in September when the hackers announced on a forum that “We sell personal information of Facebook users. Our database includes 120 million accounts.”