We are surrounded by cyber criminals as from the north and from the south. When it comes to hackers, usually our first association is China. Yes, the Asian country is frequently involved in computer crime, but may not be the only usual suspect. According to the ratings developed by Akamai Technologies and represented the agency Bloomberg, ten countries in the world are responsible for three quarters of cyber attacks in the last quarter of 2012.
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The Chinese may not always guilty, but have a share of 41% of hacker attacks. Just one year before the Republic of China was responsible for only 13% of cyber attacks according to Akamai, and share in the third quarter was 33%.
Every tenth hacker attacks worldwide originated in the United States.
Bronze medal for Turkey, accounting for 4.7% of global cybercrime.
Russia is considered to defuse the situation from 6.8% to 4.3% October-December 2012.
Taiwanese are responsible for 3.7% of computer crimes at the end of 2012
Brazil registered a decline of hacking attacks - from 4.4% at the end of 2011 to 3.8% in the third quarter of 2012 and 3.3% - in the fourth.
The seventh is Romania with a share of 2.8%.
India is responsible for 2.4% of hacking attacks worldwide.
Italy's share falling to 1.6%.
Hungary is responsible for 1.4% of cyber attacks in late 2012. What do you think, will this situation change by the end of 2013?