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  • Cyber Threat Map's

    I was watching news other day & It was showing a map of DDoS attacks around the globe, so i googled "Cyber attacks map"
    & got these.

    Wow amazing there's a world war going on in cyberspace (new it happens but not this much)
    Take Care All (in the virtual world & real world)
    3 Time Bracelet Winner

  • #2
    Thanks HT, I think that confirms my observation of MUCH higher network activity & worse lag recently. Or, maybe it's just all the kidz at home for the holidays, jamming up the gaming networks? Either way, whoever is responsible, I wish they'd go back to whatever they normally do.
    4 Time Bracelet Winner


    • #3
      If they were missiles, rather than cyber-bombs, it'd be time to put your head between your legs...
      Last edited by NE2win; Tue Dec 30, 2014, 12:24 PM. Reason: ooops, double post
      4 Time Bracelet Winner


      • #4
        I really wonder about the security of the data on sites like Pokerstars. No having a go at PS just saying... generally speaking if these guys can shutdown Sony and Microsoft consoles for a few days at will... you have to wonder if someone is looking at the data stream from a table or tables and using it for "evil"

        Even now, every time I see 5 people from the same country on a table Im like.... "they have to be on Skype or something". I basically saw it for about 95% certain the other day. 5 people just folding to each other and sharing chips... it worries me....



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