Creepy yet fascinating, the Honeynet Project is a non-profit that seeks to map the number of cyberattacks happening around the globe, every second of the day.
Check out the HoneyMap now to see for yourself. The shear number of attacks and the speed at which they appear is enough to make even the most casual Internet user change her passwords immediately.
Each yellow "honeypot" on the map represents a bait computer (or a bank of computers) deliberately left vulnerable to security attacks. Why? To catch they cyberattackers, of course. Red "strikes" on the map let you know that the honeypot is locating malware-generated cyberattacks around the world. In this case, you're seeing actual attacks, in real-time.
Spooky, right? Visit their website to find out more.