Exploitable holes in law firm cybersecurity are allowing hackers to sell access to law firm secrets on the dark web. According to CNBC, a cybersecurity firm showed how a Russian hacker was selling access to a New York law firm's network and files for $3,500. The founder and CEO of the Q6 cybersecurity company also showed similar access to law firms in Beverly Hills and elsewhere across the country. A Secret Service agent who works cybercrime cases says he wouldn't be surprised at all to find that stolen data from law firms was being sold online. One major target hackers are looking for are attorneys' usernames and passwords. Read more at CNBC.