Here we are with the statistics for the cyber attacks included in the June 2013 timelines (part I and part II). A priori this month should have been characterized by huge operations (such as the infamous OpPetrol), instead, all in all, the cyber activity was quite moderated as shown by the Daily Trend of Attack chart, that shows a single remarkable peak around the 3rd of July (when several primary DNS providers were the victims of DDoS attacks).
It’s time for a drill down to the Cyber Attacks Statistics for the month of May 2013. As many readers ask, the data for the stats is derived from the corresponding Cyber Attacks Timeline.
TheDaily Trend of Attacks chart shows a month double-faced. After an initial peak, the first two weeks have shown a quite low activity. The second half of the month instead has shown a revamping of the activity.
As I do every month (unfortunately with a constantly growing delay, here are the statistics extracted from the cyber attacks timelines for April 2013.
As usual, let us begin with the Daily Trend Chart. The peak of April the 2nd seems to be quite an exception for a quiet month, showing a constant trend, except for the decrease towards the end.