A security vendor has detected over 100 million attacks on IoT endpoints in the first half of 2019 alone, highlighting the continued threat to unsecured connected devices. Russian AV vendor Kaspersky said its honeypots had spotted 105 million attacks coming from 276,000 unique IP addresses in the first six months of the year. The number of attacks is nearly . . . .
See also: IP, Mirai, DDos, Nyadrop, Gafgyt, China, Brazil, Egypt, security, hackers
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