The going rate for a page that appears to be a legitimate banking portal is more than $60, according to Digital Shadows.
The site is a hotspot for information stolen in big time data breaches.
Digital Shadows co-founder James Chappell talks with Greg Otto on understanding what digital risk means for enterprises across the world.
The pesistence of these markets is in part a reflection of the U.S. Department of Justice's priorities.
The investment comes as competition among dark web vendors has intensified, with competitors like Recorded Future, Digital Shadows and Flashpoint also scouring hidden sections of the internet for client information.
The threat intelligence company Digital Shadows examined 790,000 "sextortion" attempts sent to 89,000 email recipients to find that digital con artists typically build their bogus stories on existing information about real hacks.