Real-time global security attacks shown while they happen

// April 2nd, 2014 // Hacking and Security

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Kaspersky Labs recently launched this beautiful interactive global map that shows online threats around the world as they happen.  Data used to drive the map comes from Kaspersky’s malware monitoring software.  The different colored lines represent various attack vectors that are being detected through their software.  For instance, pink lines represent an IDS scan while blue represents web vulnerability scans.  It’s mind blowing to see the cyberattack routes across the planet as they occur.

The map below is a flattened version showing the same cyberattacks occurring around the planet.

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