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Weekly Intelligence Summary 31 Jan 2020

January 31, 2020

In the Spotlight This Week: The “Fractured Statue” cyber-threat campaign of 2019 has highlighted the difficulties in naming perpetrators based on overlapping tools and tactics. The campaign, carried out over four months and targeting a United States government agency, was linked to the “Konni Group”, whose operations align with North Korean interests. But researchers have pointed out that the amount of technical detail published about the Konni Group could have enabled other threat actors to learn about their tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) and use them in emulative attacks, confusing attribution.

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