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Weekly Intelligence Summary 21 Nov - 28 Nov 2019

November 29, 2019
  • In the spotlight this week is a technique that enables the bypass of security products to initiate ransomware infections. The technique abuses a legitimate, trusted function, rather than exploiting a security vulnerability, aiding threat actors in obscuring their attacks and hindering attribution efforts.  
  • Weekly highlights cover the “Trickbot” trojan, which has updated its credential-stealing module; the downloader “DePriMon”, which has been observed in the wild; and the Russian-language forum Probiv, which is offering a look-up service for cybercriminals seeking personally identifiable information (PII).
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