18 Jun

So far it’s been limited to bank websites and targets business users, but experts worry that the strategy could be used in different contexts too.

Unfortunately, experts warn Shylock can get around some anti-virus programs, so your best defence is to avoid downloading the malware in the first place.

– Don’t respond to respond to any live chat messages on your bank’s website.

The most recent significant improvement is the full screen expand option found a the upper right of the chat area.

We have always offered a many-to-many chat room configuration.

You’ll want to take steps to have the virus removed from your computer.

– If you think your information has been compromised, call your bank immediately.

Now the phishing scheme comes directly to you via your internet browser.

Crooks don’t need to worry about their fraudulent sites being shut down.

We may never come across these scams, but it doesn’t hurt to be ready. – Use antivirus software on your computer and keep it updated.