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Moscow, March 27./ITAR-TASS/. The Internet has a service clearly demonstrates the ongoing real-time computer incidents worldwide. According to the press service of Kaspersky Lab launched the project, an interactive map shows E-mail antivirus detected vulnerability and cyber-attacks.
"Users can turn the globe and zoom to get an idea about the local situation in any part of the world. The different types identified threats on the globe pointed by different colors in real-time," the company explained.
The user can display a description of each threat and if he want to turn off the display uninteresting types of threats.
The link for checking a computer for malicious software is also available on the company’s Web site.
According to the head of corporate communications Kaspersky Lab Denis Zenkina experts handle more than 300,000 malwares every day.
"Our new map allows to see a scale of cyber-attacks actions in real time," he said.