The resellers then also sell to other hackers, likely for a higher price.In total, RIG brings in more than ,000 a week from this one manager.
This way they can get an early look at the malware hackers are cooking up, while also learning just how the system works.0 may seem like a lot, but Mador assures us "it's really not a big expense." RIG's business model operates much like retail does, with a warehouse and resellers.So a RIG manager sells the exploits both directly and to other resellers for a variety of prices. Much like the fine-tuned systems of mafias and gangs that act almost identically to businesses, hackers have also created their own extremely intricate systems — and the scale of their operations is astounding. And how do hackers carry out their internal dealings with one another so as not to step on each other's toes?