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  • Amazing map that shows where cyber attacks are coming from .

    This website has an amazing map that has statistics for all of the cyber attacks coming into the United States, and also to other parts of the world. It shows exactly what the targeted areas are, and also where the attacks are originating.
    It also has a map of the world, and you can actually see the cyber attacks coming across the world almost like shooting stars going across the sky.
    You are going to want to save this link and add it to your news page favorites..... I did !

    http://map.norsecorp.com
    Last edited by Tumbleweed; 07-17-2015, 08:42 PM.
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    It's not in real time, it's animated. Are majority of people truly this naive? had it been in real time, why are we not contacting the people being hacked/ attacked?.it doesn't even offer a taste of "how much malware is attacking computer networks"

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    • #3
      It sounds a little bit dubious to me. Why would there be a map available to the public of where cyber attacks are coming from? Why would hackers advertise their actions? The risk of being interfered with by specialist government authorities would be far too high. This alleged map appears to me to be some kind of brainwashing technique, or a possible virus.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by amethyst View Post
        It sounds a little bit dubious to me. Why would there be a map available to the public of where cyber attacks are coming from? Why would hackers advertise their actions? The risk of being interfered with by specialist government authorities would be far too high. This alleged map appears to me to be some kind of brainwashing technique, or a possible virus.
        Not a virus,i scanned it and it didn't pop up with anything at all.
        I though agree on brain washing technique by some ad advertiser to make a few bucks by raising the hype about this page

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        • #5
          I am not going to mention names but I am shocked with the number of hackers a certain country have. After I accidentally clicked that country, fire works like special effects from it started blasting around the whole world. I don't know how strict the government of that country is but it must not be as strict because that country have an overwhelming number of hackers making a lot of attacks around the world. Most of their attacks goes to the United States.
          Last edited by Billy; 07-17-2015, 04:23 PM.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Billy View Post
            I am not going to mention names but I am shocked with the number of hackers a certain country have. After I accidentally clicked that country, fire works like special effects from it started blasting around the whole world. I don't know how strict the government of that country is but it must not as strict because that country have an overwhelming number of hackers making a lot of attacks around the world. Most of their attacks goes to the United States.
            Its quite obvious to which country you are referring,but still,let me also keep it under wraps and not just blurt it out
            Its like the nodal point because people study ethical hacking and use it differently.

            Everyone loves the U.S ain't it :P ??

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            • #7
              Most online sponsors prioritize US and many people around the world were assuming people in the US were so rich because its a powerful country (Yeah I know there is a high number if poverty in the US) Most popular websites were also from the US so it makes it an obvious target. Almost every country were attacking US the most. UK were also getting a lot of hits but not as severe as what US have. This presentation makes me realize how dangerous internet surfing in the US is.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Billy View Post
                Most online sponsors prioritize US and many people around the world were assuming people in the US were so rich because its a powerful country (Yeah I know there is a high number if poverty in the US) Most popular websites were also from the US so it makes it an obvious target. Almost every country were attacking US the most. UK were also getting a lot of hits but not as severe as what US have. This presentation makes me realize how dangerous internet surfing in the US is.
                Haha..Absolutely.
                They have established themselves as one of those countries that automatically hogs the limelight,owe it to power & or money.
                Its dangerous all over,because it all boils down to information and it doesn't matter where.

                I have heard of people revealign their SSN or as in India PAN num online and it leads to a takeover of one's identity.
                People are murdered and someone else lives in their identity.

                Darn..Its become too dangerous out there.

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                • #9
                  I am not sure if this is a legitimate site to watch on. There are lasers shooting everywhere. I don't know if the statistics are real and comes from legit source. Though as stated, I fee too bad that no.6 country being attacked by Cyber Hackers is my country.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Jade Mae View Post
                    I am not sure if this is a legitimate site to watch on. There are lasers shooting everywhere. I don't know if the statistics are real and comes from legit source. Though as stated, I fee too bad that no.6 country being attacked by Cyber Hackers is my country.
                    Norse is one of the global leaders in live attack intelligence and cyber security. Why do you not believe the data? What makes you suspicious?

                    Newsweek profiled Norse and this very interactive map earlier in the week. The article provides an in-depth look at the map, the data it supplies and how it works.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Jade Mae View Post
                      I am not sure if this is a legitimate site to watch on. There are lasers shooting everywhere. I don't know if the statistics are real and comes from legit source. Though as stated, I fee too bad that no.6 country being attacked by Cyber Hackers is my country.
                      The strong social media presence have something to do with it. When we expose our selves in the internet, hackers can easily use it against us. This is the reason I prefer to be anonymous because giving out our real name alone is really dangerous. Our online security is not that strict to have us protected. If you notice less popular countries gets less target evening they were rich countries. Many hackers can hack someone's password just by knowing their Birthday.
                      Last edited by Billy; 07-24-2015, 11:21 PM.

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                      • #12
                        I wonder why the Midwest is the biggest target? Is it the home base if a lot of major companies? I'm not at all surprised to see that China is the biggest attacker, but I am surprised to see some of the other targets. Particularly the island off central Africa. I can not even think what country that would be. I better look it up.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Billy View Post

                          The strong social media presence have something to do with it. When we expose our selves in the internet, hackers can easily use it against us. This is the reason I prefer to be anonymous because giving out our real name alone is really dangerous. Our online security is on that strict to have us protected. If you notice less popular countries gets less target evening they were rich countries. Many hackers can hack someone's password just by knowing their Birthday.
                          True. It's always better to have another Internet Profile Just like mine, Jade Mae is not my real name. it's like m identity online. It's also for our protection and privacy. And browsing on public computers, its better to always clear our caches and cookies. That's one of the safest thing to do. Always clean our browsing history.

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                          • #14
                            There are people who are too stupid to use their Facebook profile with their rural names to comment on those article sites, not knowing they were exposing their identity to the world. To make it worst, their Facebook account is Ii. Public so the hackers can see many intimate details that they can use against the person they were stalking. Some details like Birthday or place of birth can easily be tracked by those hackers and steal their bank accounts and identity.

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                            • #15
                              I don't really believe this site is real, simply for the fact that there are more than those attacks happening at this time 100%. Hackers usually attack networks more frequently than that.
                              I wish we would be able to see real cyber attacks happening, but I think that is impossible to obtain since you would need a lot of permissions to most of the online databases.

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