Just a few days after exposing the sale of some 500,000 Zoom accounts for sale on the dark web, the research team at Cyble are back with another worrying tale of the vast array of information traded on furtive data markets. A “threat actor,” the team reported in a blog, “has dropped an online bomb by dropping the identities of 267 Million Facebook users.” And the price for this data trove—just $540. Thankfully no passwords were available, but the data included email addresses, names, Facebook IDs, dates of birth and phone numbers. All of which is a perfect set of data with which to craft a text or email phishing campaign on behalf of Facebook. And if a small percentage of users click the link and enter their details into a spoofed Facebook login page, much more valuable data can be stolen.