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|By||Beware Bank Robbers|
|Bill Williams||Uploaded - 24 Jun 2004 22:14|
One of the latest nasty program is a trojan, which when in your system specifically looks for on-line banking windows and it captures your passwords etc and then sends the details to hackers who transfer all the money out of your bank account.
The virus is called Troj/Banker-X or PWS.Hooker.Trojan
The only reliable method of preventing this happenning is to have good anti virus software and be sure that it updates its information frequently, say not longer than 2 days interval. This virus was reported on 28 May 2004, so unless your anti-virus data is no more than a week or so old, you are at risk of running this bank robbing software without noticing.
More details at:
|Bill Williams||Uploaded - 24 Jun 2004 22:21|
If you want a quick independent check of your anti-virus software or if your present one is poor or out of date, then please note the following Very Useful website.
Click on the "Scan now, its free" link.
Thefirst time you use it it downloads a 2Mb data file so it'll take a while to start (up to 20 to 25 minutes on a modem). It runs in the browser, no installing necessary...
|Bill Williams||Uploaded - 21 Aug 2004 23:11|
Ever more cunning crooks
Beware this type of message is almost certainly a scam too.
Dear Citibank Customer,
The login attempt was made from:
By now, we used many techniques to verify the accuracy of the information our users provide us when they register on the Site.
If you are the rightful holder of the account, click the link bellow, fill
Click to protect yourself from fraudulent activity!
To make Citibank.com the most secure site, every user will be registered to CitiSafe.
NOTE! If you choose to ignore our request, you leave us no choice but to temporally suspend your account.
* Please do not respond to this e-mail, as your reply will not be received.
Regards, Citibank Customer Support
Implemented by Bill Williams (IT)
based on ASP Forum.