Answer: the Digital Attack Map
Distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks are launched against servers around the world daily. The Digital Attack Map brings those attacks to life through the magic of animated data. Lines of different-sized dots indicate the volume of data being transmitted during a given attack, while the color of the dots can be altered to indicate the type of attack, the protocols being used or the duration of the attack, which can range from minutes to weeks. A timeline allows users to browse attacks of months past, while a gallery highlights notable attacks.