Do you trust commercial programs made in foreign nations, particularly
those nations with authoritarian regimes or a history of cyberattack?
Like the USA?
No really. Read this:
AlienVault recently published a list of the top five sources of malicious IP addresses. China took the top spot, with 95,249 addresses. The US came in a strong second, with 60,346. China also achieved a near sweep in terms of malicious networks, taking four out of the top five spots (by IP addresses).
There’s a nice graphic.
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