All of the red dots on your on HoneyMap represent locations that are currently under cyber attack, and the terminal-like ticker at the bottom of graphic tells you where all of the attacks are coming from. The data is collected by “honey pots” (the yellow dots) set up by the Honeynet Project, a volunteer non-profit organisation that’s trying to find ways to combat global computer security threats like malware.
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