QuoIntelligence’s Weekly for 5 – 11 November 2020 is now available!
Industry impacted: Financials
- QuoIntelligence identified a recent campaign impersonating Bangladeshi banks to deliver Loda RAT – a Remote Access Tool sold in e-Crime underground forums. The campaign has operated between at least 27 August through 1 November. Multiple cybercrime actors appear to distribute Loda RAT, targeting various verticals and sectors.
Industry impacted: ANY
- In November’s patch Tuesday, Microsoft released new patches for 112 vulnerabilities in a variety of Microsoft products, including Windows, Office, Internet Explorer, Edge, Azure, and more. Microsoft classified 17 of these security updates as critical, of which 12 are Remote Code Execution vulnerabilities.
Industry impacted: Consumer Staples, Information Technology
- Apple Patches Three iOS Zero-Days Exploited in the Wild
- Kaspersky Discovers Linux Variant RansomEXX Ransomware
- Ragnar Locker Ransomware Group Used Facebook Ad Campaign to Extort Campari Group
- Intel Releases Security Advisories, Patching 40 Vulnerabilities in Various Products
- Chrome Releases Two Security Updates For Actively Exploited Vulnerabilities
Industry impacted: Government, Information Technology
- Relations between Europe and China are increasingly deteriorating, partly due to an increasing backlash against Chinese technology providers in Europe over national security concerns. QuoIntelligence highlights upcoming changes that will potentially impact relations between the US, Europe, and China.
Industry impacted: Consumer Discretionary, Government, Health Care, Industrials, Information Technology
- Armenia and Azerbaijan Sign Russian-Brokered Peace Treaty, Halting the War to Control the Nagorno-Karabakh Region
- UK’s Data Protection Authority Fines Marriott International Inc. EUR 18.4 Million For Customer Data Breach
- EU Imposes EUR 3.4 Billion Tariffs on US Goods
- Pfizer and BioNTech Announce 90 Percent Effectiveness on COVID-19 Vaccine Trial
- EU Parliament and Ministers Agree on New EU Export Rules