Android Trojan Goes After Facebook Accounts

Android Trojan Goes After Facebook Accounts

A new Android Trojan has hijacked more than 10,000 Facebook accounts by stealing session cookies, according to researchers at Zimperium. The malware uses social engineering to trick users into installing malicious apps... Read more »

Two of the Most Common and Successful Ransomware Attack Methods are Exposed

Researchers at Coveware recently analyzed ransomware attacks during Q2 of this year and noticed a similar trend in ransomware attack methods by cybercriminals. These are the two ransomware attack methods that are... Read more »

Optrics Insider – Why JBS Paid $11M in Ransom, Impact of the Fastly Outage & the Zoll Vulnerability

Join Scott Young and Shaun Sturby from Optrics Engineering as they discuss why JBS paid $11 million in ransom (and it wasn’t to get their data back), how the Fastly outage knocked... Read more »

Optrics Insider – Ransomware Headlines, White House Ransomware Memo & Amazon Launches Sidewalk

 Join Scott Young and Shaun Sturby from Optrics Engineering as they discuss the large number of organizations in the headlines who have been hit by ransomware, the White Houses recent memo... Read more »