More than 35 million voter records have been found for sale in a Dark Web forum containing information on voters from 19 states with prices ranging from $150 to $12,500.
This information was tallied by Anomali Labs researchers working in conjunction with Intel 471 which reported the records contain voter data including full name, phone numbers, physical addresses, voting history, and other unspecified voting data. The researchers noted that 23 million of the records came from just three states, which they did not name, with the remaining 12 million divided up among the remaining 16 states.
“To our knowledge, this represents the first reference on the criminal underground of actors selling or distributing lists of 2018 voter registration data, including U.S. voters’ personally identifiable information and voting history,” Anomali and Intel 471 said.
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