A new website is helping authorities track cyber attacks around the world as they happen.
It was developed by Deutsche Telkom, the German parent company of T-Mobile.
It uses a system of what the company calls "honeypots" that simulate vulnerabilities in security.
This helps attract cyber attacks, and gather information on their source.
Developers of the new technology say they've found a concentration of the attacks in countries such as Russia, China, and Germany.
To view the site for yourself, visit sicherheitstacho.eu.
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