Current Security Alerts

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Smartphone Users Should be Aware of Malware Targeting Mobile Devices and Safety Measures to Help Avoid Compromise The IC3 has been made aware of various malware attacking Android...
Internet Explorer Patch being released by Microsoft today, Friday, September 21 You may have seen or heard in the news that a flaw in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser was announced this week by...
You may have recently read about the Global Payments, Inc. card breach and have some questions about how this might affect you. Global Payments, Inc. is a card processor for debit, credit and gift...
There are reports that fraudulent phone calls are being made by criminals that are recordings purporting to be from First Merchants. This is a common phone phishing scam that the criminals use in...
The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) continues to receive complaints from victims of payday loan telephone collection scams. The typical payday loan scam involves a caller who claims the victim...
Fictitious correspondence, allegedly issued by the OCC regarding funds purportedly under the control of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) and other government entities, is in...
The FBI has released a fraud alert involving email intrusions to facilitate wire transfers to foreign countries. This expands on the current alert in this section, dated January 24, 2012. The...
Be aware of fraud activity involving a physical fax that appears to be from Equifax, the credit agency. The fraud occurs through these steps: The fax tells the recipient that Equifax needs their bank...
Zappos announced that a breach was discovered and 24 million accounts have been compromised of information including names, email addresses, billing and shipping addresses, phone numbers, the last...
You may have heard about bills in the U.S. Senate and Congress intended to protect intellectual property and jobs named, respectively, the Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA) and Stop Online...
Trusteer is alerting consumers to a new strain of the malware SpyEye Trojan that attempts to make it difficult to detect fraud by masking what you see.  The best protection is to implement layers of...
The American Bankers Association is warning consumers not to fall victim to a sudden increase in phishing scams that have been reported in states around the country.   According to reports,...
The OCC (Office of the Comptroller of the Currency) has released the following alerts. Both alerts are referring to phishing scams. If you receive these, be assured that they are fraud attempts and...
The Indiana Bankers Association has learned of an issue regarding ACH fraudulent activity that we want to make you aware of. According to the Indiana State Board of Accounts, there have been a series...
The FDIC has released a warning to be aware of phishing emails purportedly from the FDIC. The email is alerting the reader that their ACH or Wire transaction has been temporarily suspended for...

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