The world has experienced a lot of cyber attacks in different cases and up till now, cyber securities have improved in doing their best to make sure they protect their sites from being hacked.
The world saw the commencement of a strange wave of cyberattacks in 2014. The strikes became increasingly brazen as they targeted American utility firms, NATO, and Eastern European electric systems. They came to a head in the summer of 2017, when the NotPetya malware was released, infiltrating, disrupting, and crippling some of the world’s greatest firms—from pharmaceuticals manufacturers to software producers to shipping companies. ATMs froze in Ukraine, the epicenter of the onslaught. The railway and postal networks were both brought to a halt. The lights went out in hospitals. NotPetya spread throughout the globe, causing an astounding ten billion dollars in damage—the world’s greatest and most damaging cyberattack.
In the previous years, a Canadian boy called Daniel launched an attack on e-commerce sites, including Amazon and eBay which became successful and later been caught by cyber security.