(CNBC) — It's an annoying inevitability of the modern world that your personal information is going to be compromised at some point and you'll have to go through the hassle of changing your password or account number or signing up for credit monitoring.
For victims it's a headache, but it generally doesn't extend beyond that. For the cybercriminals, though, it can be a wildly lucrative venture.
But how do hackers sell your stolen data, and who is willing to buy it?
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