Cybercriminals don't need to spend much to buy the tools they need to steal millions of dollars from compromised banking and payment card accounts in the weeks ahead, according to a new report.

The black market for this global business includes prices as low as $1.50 per query for hijacked credit card and Social Security numbers, said the just-released August online fraud report from RSA, the Security Division of EMC.

The monthly report contains a shopping list of criminally inclined software and services–including call centers–the company said its FraudAction Intelligence Team found in underground forums.

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