DDOS attacks make for surprisingly good visualisations.
We’ve witnessed what a DDOS attack actually looks like (and frankly, it looks wonderful) – but now we’re looking at who’s attacking who.
The USA is really taking the flack – eating endless numbers of DDOS attacks from mostly unknown sources – and also sending out attacks across the country in massive numbers.
China are a major culprit when it comes to conducting attacks – and Europe is also relatively active compared to the rest of the world.
The total bandwidth attacked over time is remarkable – hit the little play button, and a whole world of DDOS brutality unravels.
Check the 9th August out – scary.
who’d have thought something so digitally intimidating could simultaneously produce such beautiful data?
Found on: Digital Attack Map
Designed by: Big Picture Group
Commissioned by: Google Ideas/Arbor Networks
Researched by: Arbor Networks