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See Current Computer and Online Threats in Real time

Want to know the total number of cyber-attacks happened today, which are the attacked countries, or total number of malicious mobile apps worldwide, number of websites that have been hacked this year, and such data. Kaspersky lab has launched a “real-time stats” website for you.



The new statistic portal launched by security firm Kaspersky updates the number of current computer and online threats in real time. It shows how many cyber-attacks have happened in the past 24 hours and the number of websites hacked this year, as well as many other security data.

Besides security related data, you will also get valuable other data such as total number of Android phone worldwide, Google search request this year, mobile phone in use worldwide, activated SIM cards, blog post written today, Tweets send today and more.

Also, if you are a website owner you can embed any widget that is related your website content on your site. If you are interested, head over to Kaspersky’s Real-time Stats website to see details.

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