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Weekly Intelligence Summary 24 Oct - 31 Oct 2019

November 1, 2019
  • In the spotlight this week: A card skimming operation targeted the online retailer First Aid Beauty and evaded notice for months. Reporting on the attacks highlighted the confusion surrounding the name “Magecart”. Typically, Magecart has been referred to as a collection of threat groups operating under one umbrella term; however, recent reporting suggests those groups may instead be connected to sophisticated, financially motivated threat actors, and may only be united in their use of the same tactics.
  • Weekly highlights include: a new remote-access trojan (RAT) dubbed NukeSpeed, which has been linked to the “Lazarus Group”; the “Raccoon” information stealer (infostealer) malware, which has become increasingly popular among cybercriminals in 2019; and “APT28” targeting anti-doping authorities and sporting organizations around the world.
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