During the second quarter of 2013, cloud-computing firm Akamai reported that 38 percent of cyber attacks worldwide was traced back to IP addresses located in Indonesia. The number of attacks from Indonesia increased from 21 percent in the first three months of 2013.
China previously had the most cyber attacks sourced to its country, with 34 percent in the first quarter of 2013. In the second quarter, it registerd 33 percent of online attacks. The United States was third with 6.9 percent of attacks.
The company also saw a 54 percent increase in distributed denial-of-service (DDos) attacks during the three month period.
In total, Akamai observed cyber attacks originating from IP addresses located in 175 different countries during the second quarter of 2013.
Full Report (PDF): Akamai, “The State of the Internet, 2nd Quarter, 2013 Report,” October 16, 2013.
Media Source: Lily Kuo, “Indonesia just passed China as the world’s top apparent source of cyber attacks,” Quartz, October 16, 2013.