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Ransomware Activity: Critical Infrastructure Targeted in Separate Campaigns, the Continued Fall of REvil
Industry impacted: Energy, Financials, Government, Industrials, Information Technology
QuoIntelligence continues to monitor for new ransomware activity. This week, we observed ransomware affiliate programs targeting critical infrastructure in likely opportunistic attacks, targeted ransomware campaigns, and a continuation of law enforcement disruption.
Industry impacted: Consumer Discretionary, Financials, Government, Information Technology
- WIRTE APT Group Targets Government And Diplomatic Entities In The Middle East
- CronRAT Malware Targets E-Commerce Linux Servers
- Buffer Overflow And Memory Exposure Vulnerabilities Detected In Zoom
- Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities In HP Multi-Function Printers (MFPs)
Renewed UK – EU Tensions Over Migration, Trade, Fishing, and Northern Ireland
Industry impacted: Financials, Government, Industrials
Diplomatic tensions between France and the UK have increased after a boat carrying migrants sank in the English Channel on 24 November. Since Brexit, UK-EU relations have worsened, especially regarding issues concerning trade, fishing, migration, and the Northern Ireland border.
Industry impacted: Communication Services, Government, Information Technology
- Italy’s Antitrust Authority Fines Google and Apple EUR 10 million for Using User Data for Commercial Purposes
- Israel Warns Iran is Enriching Weapons-Grade Uranium, as Iran Nuclear Talks Resume in Vienna
- NATO Secretary General Calls on Russia to De-escalate Tensions on Ukraine Border, Ukraine’s President Alleges Russia is Plotting Coup
- EU Launches ‘Global Gateway’ Strategy for Global Investments in Infrastructure