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Weekly Intelligence Summary 10 Oct - 17 Oct 2019

October 18, 2019
  • In the spotlight this week is the “Simjacker” exploit, publicly disclosed in September 2019 and now potentially affecting entities across 29 countries. Due to the scale at which Simjacker could be exploited―and the potential to abuse it for wider espionage activity with a bigger impact―the exploit will likely influence future mobile-device security practices.
  • Weekly highlights include: updates to the toolkit of “Fin7”, links between “Lazarus Group” and a fake cryptocurrency trading app, and a covert cyber-espionage operation against Iran that was attributed to the United States.
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