Monday, January 3, 2011

Okay Russia, I'm getting nervous

Not only are you guys sneaking up higher and higher on my readership list (see the top-ten count from the last week), but more and more of you are hammering my little Linux server. Of course, those could be proxies from China or elsewhere. Here's the map and ranking of blog readership for the last week:
  1. United States
  2. United KIngdom
  3. Germany
  4. Russia
  5. Canada
  6. South Korea
  7. Malaysia
  8. Gambia
  9. India
  10. Japan
Australia is still floating lower on the list, but I'm thinking South Korea may well be a candidate for Cyber Privateer World Headquarters as the first nation to issue Letters of Marque and Reprisal. And as for my Russian readers, Richard Clark (Cyber War) seems to think you're ahead of China in the super virus race. Based on my back tracing of hijacked or fraudulent spam email I'm getting that peddle cut-rate prescription drugs or other super "deals" on sites that try to drop viruses into my system, I'm landing pretty exclusively in domains run by you guys. Maybe you truly are ahead of the Chinese. You certainly seem to be spending an inordinate amount of time on my "22 Principles for Creating The Perfect Virus" blogs.

So, uh, why don't you try to see how smart the Chinese hackers really are by doing a little reconnaissance on my published list of Chinese attack servers? Or not. Your call, Comrades. Na Zdrowie!

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