There is something very crowd-pleasing about a graphical threat map showing DDoS and other online attacks in near real-time. A google search turns up a number of examples, and I wanted to share some here.
Cyber Attack Maps Index (11 links from Geekflare)
And I added one not on the Geekflare list. I recently received a link to a Ransomware threat map from Comparitech, which is a consumer review site for technology products and services.
- Digital Attack Map
- Threat Cloud
- Ransomware threat map
While these are reflect the products and sources where they get their data from, they each call out features and attack methods of attacks.
Here are some more links to resources on cybersecurity:
Spamhaus Spamhaus is famous from when it started publishing its block lists of email spammers that ISPs and others use in filters. It has a long history of helping to reduce spam, and an interesting website with a FAQ
Antiphishing.org is a group of companies united to reduce phishing attacks and the damage it causes.
Threatminer is a threat intelligence tool
Internet Storm Center on SANS is a good resource for topics on internet threats
To look up vulnerabilities, I found 3 useful sites:
CVE Details to check confirmed vulnerabilities by product and manufacturer
CVEs published by Mitre corporation
US National CVE database published by NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology